SYRACUSE, NY (April 26, 2018) – NBT Bank President of Commercial Banking Sarah Halliday announced Margaret Scopelianos has joined the bank as Senior Vice President and Director of Cash Management and Government Banking.
Scopelianos has over 25 years of experience in the financial services industry. Prior to joining NBT Bank, she was the managing director for Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s Public Sector Banking Division and previously was the Treasury Solutions Executive for Specialized Industries. She also has extensive commercial banking experience with Wells Fargo and JP Morgan. Scopelianos has been recognized for her work with awards from multiple organizations throughout her career, including the Daughters of Penelope Salute to Women Award for her professional achievements and being a champion for women in the workforce.
“It’s a pleasure to welcome Margaret to NBT Bank,” said Halliday. “The wealth of experience she has developed supporting public entities and businesses with their banking and cash management needs will enhance the services our teams deliver to clients.”
Scopelianos, a resident of Skaneateles, NY, graduated from Pennsylvania State University with a bachelor’s degree in Russian Studies and a concentration in Economics. She also completed an International Economics Program at the University of Exeter in Devonshire, England and speaks several languages. Margaret is active in her community as a member of the St. Sophia’s Greek Orthodox Church in Dewitt, NY.
About NBT Bank
NBT Bank offers personal banking, business banking and wealth management services 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 $9.2 billion as of March 31, 2018, 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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