Clinton Savings Bank Selects John Peculis as Chief Lending Officer

Founded in 1851, Clinton Savings Bank (“CSB”) was the first bank established in the town of Clinton, Massachusetts. For over 170 years, CSB has remained committed to the communities it serves, its mutual ownership structure, and ensuring that every customer experience meets their long-standing standard of excellence. Offering deposit, loan, and credit products for individuals, families, businesses, non-profits, and municipalities, CSB offers a comprehensive suite of financial products that allow their customers to bank where they want, when they want. With over $650M in assets, nearly 100 employees, and 9 locations in Worcester County, the bank is a premier Central Massachusetts community financial institution with well-established roots, generations of experience, and a dedication to an excellent customer experience.

At the completion of the search for the bank’s next Chief Lending Officer, the CSB leadership team selected John Peculis to lead its lending groups as a member of the bank’s executive team. With over 20 years of experience, most of that in commercial lending, Mr. Peculis is a proven, accomplished, and well-known commercial banker throughout Central Massachusetts. Most recently, John worked at Fidelity Cooperative Bank and served as President of its subsidiary, The Exchange Authority. “The bank’s selection of John as its Chief Lender was both prudent and exciting, and we’re confident that he will serve CSB well as the bank continues to add chapters to its history. John is a community banker at heart, and this feels like a very natural fit for him and for the bank.” Nathan Townend, Partner, Financial Services Practice.