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Webster Bank goes green in Greenwich

By Webster Bank

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Peter Malkin, board chair of Greenwich Tree Conservancy and a resident of Greenwich with David Rabin
Webster Bank, a leading regional bank serving businesses and consumers from Westchester County, N.Y., to Boston, Mass., is pleased to announce its support of the Greenwich Tree Conservancy of Greenwich, Conn.

The Greenwich Tree Conservancy works to preserve and enhance the tree and forest resources of the town to benefit the health and quality of life in the community. This would include planting new trees, promoting environmental stewardship, and fostering public-private partnerships.

“Webster is committed to the communities we serve and continues to invest in green initiatives such as solar panels at our New Britain, Conn., facility, water conservation throughout our footprint, and going paperless more and more by utilizing mobile devices and banking electronically,” said David Rabin, vice president and banking center manager in Greenwich.

Webster dedicated its 85 Mason Street location in January of this year, which also features a Webster Private Bank office.

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