Berkshire Bank Names First Vice President, Commercial Team Leader

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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Berkshire Bank has promoted D. Matthew Emprimo to first vice president and commercial team leader of Berkshire County in Massachusetts and the state of Vermont. 

Emprimo joined the bank in 1998 and has more than 20 years of experience as a commercial relationship manager. In his new role, he will lead the team of commercial bankers that covers both Berkshire County and the state of Vermont.

"Matt's wealth of experience in commercial banking and local knowledge is a great asset to Berkshire Bank," said Michael Ferry, senior vice president, commercial regional president of Berkshire County and Vermont. "I'm confident that in this new role, Matt will use his skill set to lead his team to help businesses large and small meet their business goals in Berkshire County and Vermont."

Emprimo is a graduate of Bentley College in Waltham, Mass., and is active in the local community. He is a member of the Berkshire Bank Foundation Grants Committee and sits on the board of assessors for the Town of Sheffield. He is also on the board of directors for Wyantenuck Country Club.


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