The chief financial officer of Brookline Bancorp (BRKL) in Boston plans to resign.
Julie Gerschick will step down from the post at the end of the year to pursue other interests, the $5.2 billion-asset company said Monday. It did not name a successor.
Gerschick, 55, has been Brookline's CFO since 2011. Previously, she was president of Andover Group, a consulting firm focused on financial services companies. She has also been a fellow on the Federal Home Loan Bank Board.
Gerschick "made significant contributions to the further development of the company's finance area following our recent acquisitions," Brookline Chief Executive Paul Perrault said in a press release. "We are extremely appreciative of her efforts and wish her the best."
Brookline bought Bancorp Rhode Island in Providence last year.