Apple Bank for Savings has announced the appointment of Mayra Tepan as Assistant Vice President and Branch Manager at the Scarsdale, Westchester branch office located at 1075 Central Park Ave.
Tepan joins Apple Bank from Peoples United Bank, where she most recently served as Branch Manager of their Yonkers office.
James Matera, Executive Vice President and Head of Apple Bank’s Consumer Banking Division, said, “We are very pleased that Mayra Tepan has joined the Apple Bank team in Westchester."
"She brings excellent retail banking experience and a strong familiarity with the local banking market, having served in branch management positions in the Westchester area with Peoples United Bank and J.P. Morgan Chase," Matera said.
Tepan joined Peoples United Bank in 2012 in Massachusetts and then moved to Connecticut where she spent three years as Lead Financial Services Associate in their Greenwich, CT, office. Tepan then was promoted to Branch Manager of the Stamford, CT, office before moving on to head their Yonkers branch in Westchester.
Previously, she worked for TD Bank in Massachusetts as well as J.P. Morgan Chase as a senior teller in their Harrison office beginning in 2004.
Tepan is a resident of Port Chester which has been her home since she and her parents came to the United States from Ecuador when she was 14.
She is a graduate of Port Chester High School and has a B.A. degree in mathematics and computer science from SUNY Purchase.
For recreation, she enjoys traveling around the world and competing in Spartan Races. A Spartan Race is a series of obstacle races of varying distance and difficulty, ranging from three miles to marathon distances.
Apple Bank, established in 1863, provides consumer and small business banking services in greater New York through its branch network and online banking platform and is an active lender in the commercial real estate and corporate banking sectors. Apple is the second-largest state-chartered savings bank in New York State, with $12.8 billion in assets and 79 branches located in the five boroughs of New York City, Long Island, Westchester and Rockland.
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