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Steven Kinnally

Steven Kinnally

Steven Kinnally has been involved in the government securities industry for 19 years. Mr. Kinnally started in 1987 at Chemical Bank in the back office where he was in charge of clearing trades for repurchase agreements through the Federal Reserve wire system. Mr. Kinnally went on to work for various brokerage firms as a repurchase agreement salesman including Eurobrokers for eight years, Tullett and Tokyo for two years, and currently Garban Intercapital, where he has been employed for the past seven years. Mr. Kinnally grew up in Yonkers, graduated high school in Yonkers and is currently a Yonkers resident. Mr. Kinnally serves on the Board of the Friends of Kevin Frawley Foundation and also works with several other charities, including The Frances Pope Foundation, Faces Foundation, the Joseph Riverso Memorial Fund and Wall Street Cares. Mr. Kinnally’s experience in the securities industry and knowledge of interest rates and interest rate fluctuations, as well as his ability to lead in the workplace and his commitment to the City of Yonkers, will benefit The Westchester Bank.

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"Community Living assists disabled adults within our community. The Westchester Bank is part of that community providing all the banking functions we need to meet our goals and support the mission. They’re great people to work with and have always been there for us."

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The Westchester Bank Honored for 3rd Consecutive Year as a “Best Company to Work for in New York State”

Published 05/01/2019

The Westchester Bank, the leading community bank in Westchester County and one of the fastest growing in the country, was recognized on April 24th as a 2019 Best Companies to Work for in New York State. 

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