August 19, 2017 7:26 AM ET

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Company Overview of Brookline Bank

Company Overview

Brookline Bank provides banking and financial products and services to individuals and businesses. The company offers checking accounts, savings accounts, money market accounts, commercial real estate banking, condominium association lending, investment services, and cash management services. It also provides online and telephone services, mail services, order checks, order foreign currency, and overdraft privilege services. Brookline Bank was formerly known as Brookline Savings Bank and changed its name to Brookline Bank in January 2003. The company was founded in 1871 and is based in Brookline, Massachusetts. It has locations in Arlington, Bedford, Boston, Brookline, Burlington, Lexington,...

2 Harvard Street

Brookline, MA 02445

United States

Founded in 1871

Phone:

617-730-3520

Fax:

617-730-3552

Key Executives for Brookline Bank

Chief Executive Officer and President
Senior Vice President
Senior Vice President
Chief Credit Officer
Age: 65
Executive Vice President
Age: 69
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.

Brookline Bank Key Developments

Peter D. Costa Joins Brookline Bank's Commercial Banking Group as Senior Vice President

Peter D. Costa has joined Brookline Bank's Commercial Banking Group as Senior Vice President reporting to Division Executive, William MacKenzie. Costa will be building a team of middle market C&I bankers and managing a new lending office to be located south of Boston. Prior to joining Brookline Bank, Costa held leadership positions in C&I lending at leading financial institutions covering southeastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island.  Additionally, Costa established a private banking group for Bank Rhode Island, now a subsidiary bank of Brookline Bancorp.

Brookline Bank Announces Management Changes

Brookline Bancorp Inc. President & CEO Paul Perrault, who has been simultaneously serving as President & CEO of the holding company's chief subsidiary, Brookline Bank, announced that Darryl Fess will step up to become President & CEO of Brookline Bank. Fess, who for the past five years has led the Bank's commercial real estate lending banking group, has been with Brookline Bank since May of 2010. Darryl Fess has over 25 years of banking experience with a diverse lending background. Prior to joining Brookline Bank, he was a Senior Vice President at Wainwright Bank for 12 years.

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