TrustCo Promotes Kevin M. Curley and Michael M. Ozimek to Executive Vice President
GLENVILLE, N.Y., Dec. 18, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- TrustCo Bank Corp NY (TrustCo, Nasdaq: TRST) announced that it has promoted Kevin M. Curley and Michael M. Ozimek to Executive Vice President. Mr. Curley has been employed with the Company since 1990. Mr. Ozimek has been employed with the company since 2002.
Mr. Curley has held a number of important positions with the bank and currently is responsible for overseeing the bank’s Operations and Branch Administration Departments. Mr. Ozimek has served in the bank finance area during his tenure, and currently oversees the Accounting and Planning and Systems Departments. He has been Chief Financial Officer since 2014 and will continue in that role.
President and Chief Executive Officer Robert J. McCormick said: “Kevin and Mike have steadily become indispensable members of the Company’s management team over the past several years.We are very pleased to bring them to the next level and we believe that the shareholders are well served by the commitment to the Company that this step represents.”
The Company has entered into employment agreements with the two new executives. The substantive terms of those agreements are similar to the substantive terms of the most recently executed employment agreement entered into by the Company.
TrustCo Bank Corp NY is a $4.9 billion savings and loan holding company and through its subsidiary, Trustco Bank, operates 148 offices in New York, Florida, New Jersey, Vermont, and Massachusetts.
In addition to its extensive offerings of traditional deposit products through its branch network and online, Trustco Bank’s Financial Services Department offers a full range of investment services, retirement planning, and trust and estate administration services.
The common shares of TrustCo are traded on the NASDAQ Global Select Market under the symbol TRST.
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Contact: Robert M. Leonard Executive Vice President and CRO (518) 381-3693