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NEW: Webster Bank Hires Sr. Financial Consultant, Business Bankers

Monday, December 03, 2012

 

Greg Silva joins Webster as Vice President, Senior Financial Consultant.

Webster Bank, whose regional offices are located in Providence, has announced 3 recent hires to its Business & Professional Banking and Investment Services divisions.

Nicholas R. DeRosa and Dev Singh join Webster as business bankers; Greg Silva, CFA®, CRC® has been hired as as vice president, senior financial consultant for Webster Investment Services. Silva joins Webster from Citizens Bank, where he held a similar position.

Nicholas DeRosa joins Webster as Vice President, Business & Professional Banking.

Nicholas R. DeRosa, Vice President, Business & Professional Banking: Nick, a resident of Barrington, has re-joined Webster as vice president, business & professional banking, serving greater Riverside, Barrington, Pawtucket and Seekonk. Nick returns to Webster after spending eight years as a commercial banker in the small mutual bank arena, most recently at Randolph Savings Bank. Nick also served as executive director for the Rhode Island Manufacturers Association from 1998 – 2000.  He holds a bachelor’s degree from Bentley University, an MBA from Bryant University, and is a graduate from the Stonier Graduate School of Banking at the University of Pennsylvania. 

Dev Singh joins Webster as Vice President, Business & Professional Banking.

Dev Singh, Vice President, Business & Professional Banking: Dev, a resident of Johnston, joined Webster as vice president, business & professional banking, in the specialty banking group. In that role, he serves healthcare, not-for-profits, law firms, associations and real estate management companies located throughout Rhode Island and southeastern Massachusetts. Prior to joining Webster, Dev was a commercial banker for HSBC Bank USA. He holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Bryant University and is actively involved in the Indian (Asian American) community.

Greg Silva, CFA®, CRC®, Vice President, Senior Financial Consultant for Webster Investment Services: Silva, a resident of Cranston, brings 15 years of experience to the position. He serves Webster’s two Cranston branches, the main branch at 100 Westminster Street, Providence, Warwick – Bald Hill Road, and Main Street, East Greenwich. The graduate of the University of Rhode Island, is a Chartered Financial Analyst and a Certified Retirement Counselor. He is a member of the finance committee of the URI Alumni Association and a member of the Cranston Chamber of Commerce. In his free time, Silva coaches Little League sports in Cranston.

 

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