February 21, 2018 6:15 PM ET


Company Overview of Farmington Bank

Company Overview

Farmington Bank provides banking products and services to residents and businesses in Hartford and western Massachusetts. The company offers checking, savings, money market, and certificates of deposit accounts; home, personal, term, government guaranteed, business and commercial real estate, and commercial loans, as well as business lines of credit options; and debit and credit cards. It also provides services in the areas of cash management, online banking and bill pay, information reporting, merchant service, payroll service, remote deposit capture, lockbox, reorder check, investment, mobile and telephone banking, overdraft protection and privilege, direct deposit, municipal service, and ...

32 Main Street

Box C

Farmington, CT 06032

United States

Founded in 1851





Key Executives for Farmington Bank

Chairman of the Board, CEO & President
Age: 58
Executive VP, Treasurer & CFO
Age: 53
Executive VP and Director of Bank Operations & Information Technology
Senior Vice President and Senior Commercial Loan Officer
Chief Lending Officer & Executive VP
Age: 54
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.

Farmington Bank Key Developments

Farmington Bank Appoints Thomas Pizzo as Vice President, Commercial Loan Officer

Farmington Bank announced the appointment of Thomas Pizzo as vice president, commercial loan officer. In his new role, Pizzo is responsible for furthering Farmington Bank's commercial and industrial lending activity in Connecticut. Pizzo operates out of Farmington Bank's Glastonbury office at 669 Hebron Avenue. Pizzo brings over 30 years of commercial banking experience to Farmington Bank. Previously he served at Wells Fargo Bank as senior vice president and senior relationship manager in Hartford. In addition, Pizzo held relationship management positions in the commercial lending groups at RBS Citizens (formerly State Street Bank) and Fleet Bank.

First Connecticut Bancorp, Inc. and Farmington Bank Announce Resignation of Kimberly R. Ruppert as Chief Accounting Officer

On March 1, 2016, First Connecticut Bancorp, Inc. announced that Kimberly R. Ruppert has resigned from her position as Chief Accounting Officer of the Company and its subsidiary Farmington Bank. There were and are no disagreements between Ms. Ruppert and the Company or the Bank or any officer or director of the Company or the Bank.

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