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Glen Fernandez, Assistant Vice President, Officer in Charge

Glen Fernandez

Glen Fernandez joined The Westchester Bank in 2009 as a Senior Customer Service Representative for the White Plains Branch. Glen is a true example of the banks philosophy of promoting from within as he has risen through the ranks from Customer Service Representative to Assistant Branch Manager and is currently The Officer in Charge of the Rye Brook Branch. Since Glen is bilingual it affords him the opportunity to work with and support the Latino community in Port Chester and surrounding areas. Glen enjoys being involved with the community as he has taken part in several events and walks including The March of Dimes, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Westchester heart association, Hope’s Door, the Pajama Program and The Village of Rye Brook Winter Festival. He currently sits on the advisory board for IAHD in Tarrytown. As a lifelong resident of Westchester County, Glen is a firm believer in providing exceptional service while helping others in the community.

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The Westchester Bank Achieves ‘Best Bank to Work For in the U.S.’ Honors For Second Consecutive Year!

Published 09/06/2019


The Westchester Bank has been selected and honored as a 2019 Best Bank to Work For in the United States. This annual American Banker Magazine recognition identifies and recognizes U.S. banks for outstanding employee satisfaction, the results of which were released in its September issue. Only 85 banks nationwide made the 2019 list with The Westchester Bank receiving an impressive #16 ‘Best Banks to Work For’ overall ranking!

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