Charles River Bank (CRB) is proud to announce the addition of Sean Coyle as Assistant Vice President/Commercial Loan Officer. In his new position, Coyle will develop new relationships and expand existing relationships with CRB’s business customers by identifying their business goals and providing solutions to reach those objectives. Offering commercial lending programs including Commercial Real Estate Lending, Asset and Equipment Financing, Lines of Credit and SBA loans is his focus.
Coyle has fifteen years of experience in the financial services industry including Commercial Lending, Business Development, and Branch Management. Prior to joining Charles River Bank, he worked at Main Street Bank as an Assistant Vice President and Senior Relationship Manager. Preceding his tenure at Main Street Bank, he also held various positions at Milford National Bank, Commerce Bank, Strata Bank and Citizens Bank.
Coyle lives in Bellingham with his wife of 13 years, Brooke, and his twin 11 year olds, Liam and Keara. He is credit trained by Credit Training, Inc. in Westborough and attended The New England School for Financial Studies at the Babson Executive Center. In his free time, he enjoys golfing, reading and supporting the local community. Presently, Coyle is the Treasurer for the Westborough Rotary Club and on the Board of Directors for both the Westborough Public Library Foundation and Six Degrees Networking.
“I am proud to welcome Sean to our Commercial Lending team. His previous work experience and community involvement directly align with Charles River Bank’s vision and mission. I look forward to seeing Sean develop and cultivate new and existing business relationships throughout the local community,” said Charles River Bank President and CEO Jack Hamilton.
Charles River Bank—with assets of $235 million—was founded in 1915, and continues to offer a wide range of individual and business banking services. The Bank's Main Office is located at 70 Main Street in Medway, and new state-of-the-art branches are located on the Bellingham/Franklin town line on Route 140 and in Mendon at 1 Hastings Street, at the intersection of Rte. 16 and North Avenue. Charles River Bank also operates a branch in Medway High School that serves as an educational facility and full-service branch. In 2016, Charles River Bank contributed more than $40,000 to community non-profit organizations.