Alissa Fuller Joins Florence Bank as Assistant Vice President, Compliance and CRA Manager
FLORENCE— Florence Bank is pleased to announce that Alissa Fuller has joined the bank as assistant vice president, compliance and CRA manager. Fuller has more than 20 years of experience in retail banking, consumer lending, and compliance.
Prior to joining Florence Bank, she was a compliance specialist at a local community bank. Her duties included ensuring that the organization’s operations complied with relevant laws, regulations, and policies.
In her new role at Florence Bank, Fuller’s primary responsibilities will include the oversight of programs to ensure compliance with all federal and state laws that govern the bank’s operations. In addition, she will play a vital role in the encouragement and development of the bank’s Community Reinvestment efforts.
“I am excited to join the Florence Bank team,” Fuller said. “It is known for its strong culture of caring for employees and the community. The opportunity to join and contribute to such a dynamic team is an honor.”
Fuller graduated from the New England College of Business and Finance in 2016 with an associate degree in business administration with a concentration in management.
“Alissa is an incredibly valuable addition to the Florence Bank team,” President and CEO Kevin R. Day said. “Her expertise in compliance and community reinvestment will serve as an excellent resource for us in those critically important areas.”
About Florence Bank
Florence Bank is a mutually-owned savings bank chartered in 1873. Currently, the Bank serves the Pioneer Valley through 12 full-service branch locations in Florence, Northampton, Easthampton, Williamsburg, Amherst, Hadley, Belchertown, Granby, Chicopee, West Springfield, and Springfield. Additionally, it offers 25 ATMs and a wide range of financial services, including investment management through FSB Financial Group (FSBFG) to consumers and businesses. Florence Bank is consistently voted best local bank by the readers of the Valley Advocate and the Daily Hampshire Gazette.