Mount Olive resident named Kearny Bank VP / Retail Sales & Development OfficerApril 13, 2021
Mount Olive resident Mike Mangione has been appointed by Kearny Bank to the position of Vice President / Retail Sales & Development Officer. In this role, Mangione is charged with guiding Kearny Bank’s locations in Morris, Middlesex, Somerset, and Union counties as they cultivate a more thorough understanding of each client’s needs and preferences, and seek opportunities to further strengthen client relationships.
Most recently Assistant Vice President / Branch Manager for TD Bank’s Morristown location, Mangione has also held management positions at Citibank, Well Fargo, and Chase Bank. He earned a bachelor’s degree in communication from William Paterson University.
“Mike’s broad management background should suit him well in his new role,” says Heather Moskal, Kearny Bank Senior Vice President / Retail Banking Leader. “Regarding sales and development considerations, he has a depth of professional experience that I anticipate will strongly support his responsibilities within his region.”
As a member of Kearny Bank’s Retail Sales & Development Team, which was established in 2019 and is headed by Moskal, Mangione works in parallel with a trio of other officers. Richard Halter’s territory covers Monmouth and Ocean counties; LaToya Pryce is responsible for Essex and Hudson counties, portions of Passaic and Bergen counties, and also Brooklyn and Staten Island; and Kellee Sisto manages portions of Passaic and Bergen counties.
About Kearny Bank
Seamlessly melding the finest traditions of community banking with state-of-the-industry capabilities, Kearny Bank provides a range of progressive offerings to its personal and business banking clients. Established in 1884, and operating now from administrative headquarters in Fairfield, NJ, Kearny Bank is steadily expanding its footprint throughout New Jersey, as well as New York City’s Brooklyn and Staten Island boroughs. Additional details are available online at kearnybank.com; an overview video can be viewed at bit.ly/2IUWeWJ.