Georgetown Bank in Massachusetts has named a chief operations officer.
Philip Bryan, 48, has been promoted to COO of the $212 million-asset bank. He will manage its daily operations, including retail banking, residential and commercial lending and compliance, the bank said Monday.
Bryan had been Georgetown's chief lending officer since joining the company in 2010. Earlier, he had been a senior vice president of retail and lending at Metro Credit Union in Chelsea, Mass.
"With his extensive well-rounded background in community banking, including extensive expertise in retail banking and loan operations, [Bryan] will be an exceptional resource for the bank and its customers," Georgetown Chief Executive Robert Balletto said in the news release.
Georgetown Bank, a subsidiary of Georgetown Bancorp (GTWN), has three branches in Massachusetts.