Salisbury Bank Promotes Kimberly Downey to Vice President, Senior Fiduciary Officer

June 16, 2021

Salisbury Bank is pleased to announce that Kimberly Downey has been promoted to Vice President, Senior Fiduciary Officer.

“We’ve been fortunate to have a fantastic team of advisors, client support and operations staff who have worked closely together over the past decade.  Kim has played a key role in our success and has served as a valuable resource for our clients as well as customers of the Bank for trust and estate settlement matters. We’re proud to have her expertise here at Salisbury Trust.  Kim’s new title as Senior Fiduciary Officer is in recognition of her contributions to our continued growth.”

Kim joined Salisbury Bank in 2005 and is based in the Bank’s Lakeville office at 5 Bissell Street. She has served as the Chairperson of our internal Trust Administration Committee since 2014, and earned her Certified Trust and Financial Advisor (CTFA) designation in 2013. Kim earned a Business Economics degree from SUNY-Cortland and Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Syracuse University.

Kim resides in Lakeville, CT with her husband Tom and their two sons, Tommy and Liam. 

Salisbury Bank is a full-service community bank headquartered in Lakeville, Connecticut and presently operates full service branches in Canaan, Lakeville, Salisbury, and Sharon, Connecticut; Great Barrington, Sheffield, and South Egremont, Massachusetts; as well as Dover Plains, Fishkill, Millerton, New Paltz, Newburgh, Poughkeepsie, and Red Oaks Mill, New York. The Bank has been serving families and businesses for over 170 years and offers a full range of consumer and business banking products and services as well as trust and investment services.

Securities and investment products offered through Salisbury Trust Wealth Advisory Services, a division of Salisbury Bank and Trust Company, are not insured by the FDIC or any other government agency of the United States and are not deposits or obligations of, nor guaranteed or insured by the bank or any bank affiliate. These products are subject to investment risk, including the possible loss of the principal invested.

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