Greenfield Cooperative Bank Announces Six Promotions
GREENFIELD — Greenfield Cooperative Bank (GCB) announced six promotions last week. The new assignments are: Mary Rawls, vice president – compliance; Adam Baker, commercial loan officer; Chelsea Depault; commercial loan officer; Christine Gagnon, residential mortgage originator for the Hampshire County marketplace; Janet Rosenkranz, loan analyst; and Kari Welch, branch Manager at the 67 King St. location of the bank’s Northampton Cooperative division.
Rawls has more than 22 years of experience in banking, and is responsible for ensuring bank compliance with the numerous banking and consumer laws and regulations. She also coordinates various regulatory and compliance examinations for the bank.
Baker has more than eight years of experience in banking, primarily in commercial lending. He is based in the King Street, Northampton Cooperative division of the bank, and is responsible for developing new commercial-loan business in the bank’s market area, with a focus in Hampshire County.
Depault is based at the 62 Federal St. location of Greenfield Cooperative Bank and is responsible for developing new commercial business in the bank’s market area, with a focus in Franklin County. She has more than seven years banking experience with GCB, most recently as a senior credit analyst.
Gagnon’s new duties will complement in her current position of assistant vice president at the Northampton Cooperative division of GSB. She will be responsible for assisting consumers looking to buy or refinance their home and to develop mortgage business through ongoing relationships with local realtors. She has more than 18 years of experience in banking with Northampton Cooperative Bank.
Rosenkranz has been in banking for the past 20 years, starting with Vanguard Bank and the former Springfield Institution for Savings. She will be based in the King Street, Northampton office and is responsible for monitoring commercial credits and will assist in managing the overall bank-loan portfolio.
Welch has been with the bank for more than five years. She will be responsible for overall management of the King Street branch and its staff and operations.