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Keith R. Mestrich is President and Chief Executive Officer of Amalgamated Bank. He has over three decades of experience in finance, many of those assisting the bank’s core constituencies in labor, nonprofits, political organizations and issue-advocacy campaigns.
Sam Brown joined Amalgamated Bank after serving as Director of the White House Business Council in the White House’s Office of Public Engagement. As President Obama’s liaison to the private sector, Sam worked on economic policies to help America’s working families and businesses succeed.
Molly Culhane serves as Senior Vice President for the Mid-Atlantic Region and leads the Bank’s political banking practice. She brings two decades of executive financial and operational leadership to Amalgamated Bank.
Drew came to Amalgamated Bank in 2015 from JPMorgan Chase, where he was Chief Financial Officer for Business Banking. Prior to JPMC, Drew spent 17 years at Capital One Financial in various positions in operations, marketing and finance.
Responsible for overseeing Investment Management, Sales and Client Service, and Trust and Custody banking products, Jim has over 25 years of experience in pension and investment management, real estate and capital markets.
Martin has over 15 years of experience in design, implementation and management of consumer digital financial services.
Peter joined Amalgamated Bank in 2016 from Unum Group where he served nine years as Vice President of Brand and Advertising. He led the repositioning and marketing efforts for all of Unum’s insurance brands in the U.S. and U.K.
Mark joined the bank from Morgan Stanley where he developed and executed a comprehensive, risk-based audit plan and developed an integrated scorecard to evaluate key risk indicators and audit issues.
Arthur joined Amalgamated in 2012 to help improve the bank's regulatory standing and audit reporting, though his focus in recent years has been credit risk management.
Edgar joined Amalgamated Bank after completing law school in 2006. He began his tenure with the bank in the General Counsel office in the role of Associate General Counsel.
Bruce joined Amalgamated Bank in 2018 serving as the Chief Technology Officer overseeing the evolution of the banks technology environment. Bruce is an experienced IT leader who brings 30+ years of experience with the majority of his career spent in financial services.
Over the last 20 years, Sean has held a number of leadership roles in Operations, Cash Management and Product Management.
Deborah joined the Amalgamated Bank's Legal department in 2007-08. Prior to joining Amalgamated, Deborah was Counsel at Lowenstein Sandler in New Jersey, specializing in Commercial Litigation.
Nina joined Amalgamated Bank through the merger with New Resource Bank where she was since 2015.
Sherry joined Amalgamated Bank in 2018 with extensive experience leading audit teams and advising businesses in the design and execution of internal controls and regulatory compliance management programs. Prior to joining Amalgamated Bank, Sherry served as Director of Risk Assurance for Pricewat
Tanisa came to Amalgamated Bank in 2019 from American Express.
Amalgamated Bank is committed to your safety. The security department has installed the latest in surveillance cameras and DVR at all of our branches. This alone will not guarantee your safety. You need to be proactive in your approach to safety.
Phishing attacks may take on a variety of different forms. In the classic “phishing” attack, a virtual trap is set by cyber thieves that use official-looking emails to lure you to fake websites and trick you into revealing your nonpublic information.
The Internet has made it easier for criminals to deceive individuals into revealing confidential information and clicking on links or attachments that will compromise the security of their computers which ultimately have an impact on Internet banking security.