Promotions Within Business Services Department

Webster Five Cents Savings Bank announces the promotion of Jane Cullen to Vice President, Business Services Manager. In addition to her current role, Jane will now be responsible for managing and growing the business services division of the bank. Jane and her team will be responsible for business development, enhancements to the bank’s existing business services offerings, as well as introducing new products and services. The business services team works closely with the business lending department to maximize relationships by providing solutions that meet customers’ needs in order to successfully run their business. Jane joined Webster Five in 2014 as Vice President and has proven to be a significant asset for the bank and the business banking division. Her 25 years of experience working in this area of banking serves as an advantage for managing the team and the bank’s business relationships.

Anjena Kuzdzal has been promoted to Business Services Officer after working most recently in the Retail Lending Department for six months. Anjena joined Webster Five in 2009 as a customer service representative and became assistant branch manager in 2012. For the next four years, she helped manage the full-service branch, while continuing to build her professional network. Prior to joining Webster Five, Anjena worked in Loan & Mortgage Servicing for seven years, where she developed her loan servicing skills and interest in assisting customers. Anjena’s extensive banking experience and passion for helping customers has led her to the business banking division, where she is now responsible for promoting Webster Fives business services. Anjena is responsible for attracting new customers and building upon existing business relationships, while working closely with Jane Cullen to optimize product offerings, develop prospects and onboarding new customers to ensure they are familiar with the bank’s products and services. Webster Five is confident in Anjena’s transition to business banking and her new supporting role as Business Services Officer.

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