MountainOne Names Head of Investment and Community Banking Teams

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NORTH ADAMS, Mass. &mndash; Lynn Sullivan has been appointed president of MountainOne Investments and senior vice president of Community Banking and Cash Management Sales.

"I am excited to have Lynn join MountainOne," said Robert Fraser, MountainOne president and CEO. "Her background and past accomplishments will serve us well as she works to expand MountainOne Investments and enhance our retail banking business. Lynn's professional experience, which spans from community banking to regional banking and, most recently, a money center institution, will be key as we grow these business lines and seek to provide meaningful financial solutions to customers."

Prior to joining MountainOne, Sullivan served in roles of increasing responsibility at several banks, most recently as an executive director for National Cash Management Sales. Over the past several years, she has had sales and leadership roles at several financial institutions in private banking, investment services and retail banking.

In her role at MountainOne, Sullivan will be responsible for the growth of MountainOne Investments through the recruitment of new financial advisers serving mid and south Berkshire County, and by establishing an investment presence in MountainOne's eastern Massachusetts markets. In her community banking role, she will provide leadership and develop strategies to grow deposits and create deeper banking relationships with MountainOne clients.

Sullivan attended Bay Path University, and holds FINRA Series 7, 24 and 66 registrations.

 


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