Berkshire Bank Hires New Wealth Adviser

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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Berkshire Bank has appointed Tanya Haas as vice president/wealth adviser.

Beginning her banking career in the Berkshires 26 years ago, 16 of those spent previously at Berkshire Bank, Haas has returned to the Wealth Management Team.
Haas will be responsible for client relationship management, trust administration and new business development, working to increase the Berkshire Bank Wealth Management portfolio. Before returning, Haas held a leadership role as an assistant vice president/client relationship manager for Alexandra Dest Capital Management. During her previous time at Berkshire Bank, she served as a Trust Officer, administering and retaining trust investment relationships for the group.
"Tanya's expertise in new business development and trust administration, paired with her 26 years of prior experience in the financial field here in Berkshire County, will help to lead and strengthen our Wealth team. She is committed to a customer focused approach, maintaining strong client relationships," said Janice Ward, senior vice president/wealth adviser and senior fiduciary officer.
Haas received an associate’s degree in business and banking and a Certified Trust and Financial Advisor Designation from the Institute of Certified Bankers. Active in her community, she volunteers with the Money Management Program at Elder Services of the Berkshires and the Make A Wish Program of Northeast New York.

She is a native of Berkshire County and currently resides in Pittsfield with her husband Adam and son Brett.


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