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NORWICH, NY (June 16, 2017) – President of NBT Wealth Management Timothy Brenner recently announced that Retirement Plan Services Manager Douglas Coggins has been promoted to senior vice president. Coggins oversees the retirement services team at NBT Wealth Management and is responsible for designing and administering retirement plan services and products offered to businesses and nonprofit organizations.
Coggins has more than 25 years of financial services experience. Before joining NBT, he was assistant vice president and director of compliance and government reporting for CitiStreet Retirement Services in Quincy, MA. Coggins has a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Babson College in Wellesley, MA. He also earned the designation of Certified Retirement Services Professional from the Institute of Certified Bankers. Coggins, a resident of Norwich, NY, serves on the investment committee of the Empire State Highway Contractors Association and is a coach for the Chenango Soccer Club.
“Doug collaborates with NBT staff across our footprint to deliver retirement plan solutions to our customers,” said Brenner. “He leads a team of financial professionals who help customers select and implement a retirement plan that is right for their business or organization and can evolve as their needs and markets change.”
NBT Wealth Management is a division of NBT Bank and provides financial services and consulting to individuals and businesses of all sizes, including trust, retirement and financial planning services. NBT Bank operates from locations in six states, including New York, Pennsylvania, Vermont, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Maine. The bank and its parent company, NBT Bancorp, are headquartered in Norwich, NY. NBT Bancorp had assets of $8.9 billion as of March 31, 2017, and is traded on the Nasdaq Global Select Market under the symbol NBTB. More information about NBT is available online at www.nbtbank.com.
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