WATERBURY, CT - Webster Bank, a leading regional bank serving businesses and consumers from Westchester County, N.Y. to Boston, Mass., today announced the promotion of four Webster bankers to senior vice president. These Webster bankers are being recognized for their significant contributions, demonstrated leadership, and increased responsibilities.
• Martha Finkel Ceppetelli, SVP, senior relationship manager, commercial banking — Martha is a resident of Broad Brook, Conn., and is a member of the middle market team in Hartford, Conn., who has a consistent Top Performer track record that has had a significant impact on Webster’s market visibility. She has been with Webster since 1996.
• Gregg Rossetti, SVP, tax director, finance — Gregg is a Farmington, Conn., resident who is a member of the corporate accounting team in Farmington and has made a significant contribution by advancing the tax function at Webster, including actively supporting strategic tax initiatives that have generated significant savings. He has been with Webster since 2001.
• Harvey Winter, SVP, senior relationship manager, commercial banking — Harvey is a Brooklyn, N.Y. resident who is a senior relationship manager with Webster Business Credit Corp. and has demonstrated strong new business development attributes and revitalized the Large Capital ABL market segmentation. He has been with Webster since 2006.
• Desiree Wolfe, SVP, consumer product management, marketing — Desiree is a Shelton, Conn., resident who has made a significant contribution in the evolution of the corporate marketing group. Her skill set and strong product management background have shown she can excel at a number of different marketing-related disciplines. She has been with Webster since 2010.
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