Ambler Savings Bank is proud to announce some changes to its board of trustees.
Roger A. Zacharia, who formerly served on the bank’s board, was recently promoted to President and CEO of the local bank chain.
Zacharia was the Bank's Board of Trustees President effective May 22, according to the bank’s media contact, Leann Pettit.
“[He was named] after a four-year period of tutelage and transition from long-time President and CEO Martin R. Brown,” said Pettit. “Mr. Brown continues to serve on the Bank's Board.”
Zacharia is no stranger to the bank’s inner workings. He was previously the Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer at Ambler Savings Bank.
“Zacharia is a certified public accountant with 15 years of banking, finance, and accounting experience,” said Pettit. “He lives in the Maple Glen section of Upper Dublin Township with his wife and four children.”
The county-based business, locally owned and operated, is proud of a promotion that included one of its own area residents.
“Zacharia's hiring and ultimate promotion to president and CEO was a part of the Board's long term strategic commitment to remain an independent mutual savings institution, headquartered in Ambler focused on serving the residents and small businesses of Montgomery County,” said Pettit.
Ambler Savings Bank is headquartered in Ambler, and has locations Fairview Village, Schwenksville, and Limerick. Learn more online at the bank’s website here.