North Easton Savings Bank recently named James J. Dell’Anno vice president, residential sales director.
In this role, Dell’Anno will oversee a team of residential mortgage lenders who work with new home buyers looking to finance their purchase as well as customers who are looking to refinance their existing mortgage. Additionally, Dell’Anno will focus on technology to increase the speed and efficiency of getting a loan at North Easton Savings Bank.
Prior to joining North Easton Savings Bank, Dell’Anno was vice president, residential and consumer lending with Hingham Institution for Savings and previously held the position of vice president, director of mortgage banking with NorthEast Bank.
He is a member of the Mortgage Advisory Board and former two-time chair of the MA Young Bankers Association.
Dell’Anno resides in Sudbury.
MutualOne Bank has promoted Tyler Bay to business banking relationship manager.
Bay joined the bank in 2018 and had been serving as a business banking specialist. In his new role, he will be responsible for managing and mentoring business banking specialists as well as providing business service support to customers and branch staff.
Prior to joining MutualOne Bank, he worked at State Street Bank Corporation, The Roosevelt Investment Group and Cambridge Savings Bank. He has a bachelor’s degree in accounting from UMass Dartmouth and a master’s degree in business administration from Assumption College.
MutualOne Bank has offices and loan centers in Framingham and Natick.
The Bulfinch Group recently announced that Kevin Schneider of Marlborough has been named a Leaders Club qualifier by The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America.
Leaders Club is one of the highest honors annually awarded by Guardian to financial professionals who demonstrate outstanding service and dedication to their clients.
Charles River Bank has promoted Catrina M. Lopes to assistant controller.
Lopes joined Charles River Bank in January of 2016 as a teller. In March of 2018, she was promoted to marketing and sales coordinator. In her new role, Lopes will be performing accounting and finance functions, including financial reporting, account reconciliation, daily cash management, month end closing process, investments, fixed assets, accounts payable, wire transfers, and ensuring that the bank’s systems and processes are maintained in accordance with GAAP, under the direct supervision of the controller.
Lopes graduated with honors from the New England School of Financial Studies, a 2-year intensive program for emerging bank leaders. Lopes completed rigorous research projects related to many critical banking functions, including finance, asset-liability management, human resources, marketing and lending, concluding with a team project simulating management of an actual bank.
Currently, Lopes is enrolled in the D’Amore-McKim School of…