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Webster Bank to open Greenwich private banking office

Front row, from left: John Ciulla, EVP, Middle Market Banking; Marcia O’Kane, Executive Director Greenwich Chamber of Commerce; Dan FitzPatrick, EVP, Head of Webster Private Bank; Jerry Plush, president and COO of Webster Bank; Peter Tesei, First Selectman, Greenwich; and David Rabin, VP and Branch Manager.

Front row, from left: John Ciulla, EVP, Middle Market Banking; Marcia O’Kane, Executive Director Greenwich Chamber of Commerce; Dan FitzPatrick, EVP, Head of Webster Private Bank; Jerry Plush, president and COO of Webster Bank; Peter Tesei, First Selectman, Greenwich; and David Rabin, VP and Branch Manager.

Webster Financial Corp., which last March launched a private banking division for high-net-worth individuals, held a formal ribbon-cutting ceremony Jan. 23 to mark the opening of its Greenwich Webster Private Bank office.

The Greenwich private banking office will operate out of the same location as the Greenwich Webster Bank branch at 85 Mason St.

Webster Private Bank is aimed at individuals, businesses and nonprofit organizations with $1 million or more in liquid assets.

Webster Financial Corp., based in Waterbury, is the parent company of both Webster Bank and Webster Private Bank. The private banking division consists of seven regional teams spread throughout Webster’s four-state network.

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