(NOTE: Reading Cooperative Bank has two locations in Wilmington — 230 Lowell Street and 352 Middlesex Avenue.)
RCB Promotes Justine Collins to Banking Specialist II
Reading Cooperative Bank (RCB) would like to announce the promotion of Justine Collins to Banking Specialist II. Justine joined RCB as a student teller from the bank’s teller program at NEMT. Before she was hired to work at RCB full-time, she worked for the Lowell Street branch as a Part-Time Teller. Justine now works at the Middlesex Ave Branch.
“Justine has performed her job with gusto and zeal as long as I’ve known her,” said Danny Walbourne, Manager of the Middlesex Ave Branch. “Her top-notch customer service has certainly earned her this promotion. I know that Justine has a very bright future ahead of her as she continues to grow as a member of RCB.”
Justine lives in Saugus with her dog, Rosco, and cat, Chico. She enjoys spending time with her family and listening to country music. Her many hobbies include swimming, shopping and going to the beach.
“I’m excited to be taking these next steps as a banking professional,” Justine noted. “I look forward to the challenges ahead as I build my banking career at RCB.”
RCB Welcomes Amira Mujanovic as Credit Analyst
Reading Cooperative Bank (RCB) would like to announce the hiring of Amira Mujanovic as its new Credit Analyst. Amira’s area of expertise includes financial and accounting management, information management, cost reduction, and strategic planning and implementation. She comes to RCB after working as a Commercial Credit Analyst in Real Estate Lending at East Boston Savings Bank in Peabody, MA. Prior to that, Amira spent time as a Senior Financial Analyst in Commercial Insurance and a Leasing Project Analyst in Corporate Real Estate at Liberty Mutual in Boston, MA. Amira received a Master of Science in Banking and Financial Services from Boston University in 2016 and graduated from Salem State University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in 2011.
“Amira is an analytical, challenge-driven and forward-thinking professional with progressive experience in financial analysis,” said Paul Bruno, Chief Credit Officer. “She exemplifies a sound work ethic and possesses excellent communication skills. I’m positive that she’ll thrive in her position at RCB.”
“Everyone at RCB has been very warm, inviting and helpful throughout my first few weeks,” Amira noted. “I have started to get involved with underwriting business loans and lines of credits, in addition to commercial real estate loans. I’m really enjoying getting to know our customers in the community and getting a chance to help them grow their businesses, and dreams, through additional liquidity provided by RCB.”
Amira was born in Bosnia and came to the United States when she was eight years old. She currently lives in Lynnfield with her husband, two young sons, and a male dog.
“I’m very outnumbered at home,” Amira commented, “but, luckily, I have my sister and niece to help balance everything out.”
Amira enjoys cooking in the winter and being outside during the warmer months.
“I prefer a minimalist lifestyle and like to focus my time and energy on experiences versus material things,” Amira explained. “I look forward to getting more involved in the communities we serve.”
RCB Promotes Ray Acciavatti to Staff Accountant
Reading Cooperative Bank (RCB) would like to announce the promotion of Ray Acciavatti to Staff Accountant. Raymond previously worked as the bank’s Accounting Clerk. Raymond will continue to report to Judy Hildreth, Asst. Treasurer & Controller, at the bank’s operations center in Reading.
“Raymond has certainly dedicated himself to a high level of performance,” stated Hildreth. “His attention-to-detail and fastidious nature is second-to-none. His ability to remain organized amid all the data he handles daily is something to be admired. I have no doubt that Raymond will continue to thrive in his role and be an essential component to our Accounting department.”
“I’m appreciate of the recognition and happy for the opportunity to advance my career,” Raymond said. “I look forward to meeting the challenges ahead with the same enthusiasm and vigor that the bank has come to expect from me.”
About Reading Cooperative Bank
Reading Cooperative Bank is a depositor owned co-operative founded in 1886. This community-centric North Shore financial service provider has branches in Reading, Wilmington, North Reading, Woburn, Andover, and Burlington. They also operate teaching branches at Northeast Metro Tech in Wakefield (open to the public) and at Reading Memorial High School (students and staff only), as well as an online branch at http://www.readingcoop.com.
(NOTE: The above press release is from Reading Cooperative Bank.)
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