Berkshire Bank, a leading, socially responsible community bank with financial centers in New England and New York, is proud to announce that David J. Coughlin, a seasoned private and commercial banking professional, has joined Berkshire’s growing Private Banking team as a senior vice president (SVP), Private Banking, serving the Boston market.
“We are very excited and pleased to welcome David to our team,” said Elizabeth Mineo, Managing Director of Private Banking. “The role supports our continued commitment to provide exceptional service, advice, customized lending, and liquidity management solutions, delivered by experienced bankers embedded in the communities we serve.”
At Berkshire, Mr. Coughlin will be responsible for new business development in the Boston market and supporting private banking clients with a full suite of financial solutions tailored to help them reach their individual goals.
Mr. Coughlin brings more than 30 years of extensive experience in the financial services industry within the Boston area. He has worked with professional service firms, privately held middle market businesses, and high net worth individuals and businesses. Most recently, he spent 20 years with Boston Private Bank and later Silicon Valley Bank, a division of First Citizens Bank, where he was managing director of SVB Private. Prior to joining Boston Private, Mr. Coughlin also held commercial banking roles with Citizens and State Street Bank. He holds a bachelor’s degree in finance from Boston College, serves on the Advisory Board of the Laboure Center Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Boston and resides in Milton, MA with his spouse.
About Berkshire Bank
Berkshire Bank, founded in 1846, is becoming a high-performing, leading, socially responsible community bank. It empowers the financial potential of its stakeholders by making banking available where, when and how it’s needed through an uncompromising focus on exceptional customer service, digital banking, and positive community impact. Providing a wide range of financial solutions through its consumer banking, commercial banking and wealth management divisions, the bank has approximately $12.3 billion in assets and a community-based footprint of 100 financial centers in Massachusetts, New York, Vermont, Connecticut and Rhode Island. Headquartered in Boston, Berkshire Hills Bancorp (NYSE: BHLB) is the parent of Berkshire Bank. Named one of America’s Most Trusted Companies by Newsweek and America’s Best Midsize Employers by Forbes, Berkshire is also listed in the Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index and a Best Place to Work for LGBTQ+ Equality. To learn more, visit www.berkshirebank.com or follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn.