Citizens Bank Names Quincy Miller Massachusetts President
BOSTON — Citizens Bank announced the appointment of Quincy Miller, president of Citizens’ business-banking division, as its new Massachusetts state president.
He succeeds Jerry Sargent, who will focus full-time on leading Citizens’ middle-market commercial business after serving as state president for five years. Sargent’s responsibilities will continue to include overall leadership for state presidents across the Citizens footprint.
As state president, Miller will lead Citizens’ engagement with civic, business, and community leaders across the state. He will retain responsibility for Citizens’ company-wide business-banking efforts, which serve companies with annual revenue of up to $25 million.
“We are very pleased to name Quincy Miller as our new state president in Massachusetts,” said Bruce Van Saun, chairman and CEO. “Jerry has provided very strong leadership for our Massachusetts colleagues, and as he focuses on a broader role in commercial banking, we are fortunate to have a leader of Quincy’s caliber who can help us continue to build on our strength in this key market.”
Added Miller, “I am very excited by this opportunity to serve as state president in Massachusetts. Citizens has a strong presence in Massachusetts, and I am honored by this opportunity to support the community and to help the local team provide the best possible banking experience for our Massachusetts customers.”
A member of Citizens Bank’s executive leadership group, Miller serves as a member of the Citizens Bank Charitable Foundation board of directors. He also currently serves as board chair for the Urban League of Eastern Massachusetts.
Miller is a graduate of Lafayette College, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in economics and business. Prior to joining Citizens in 2006, he spent nine years at M&T Bank in New York City and in Harrisburg, Pa., where he was vice president and retail regional manager. Over the course of his career, he has received 40 Under 40 recognition from the Boston Business Journal, Crain’s Cleveland Business, and the Central Penn Business Journal.