For Immediate Release
BOSTON, MA (December 14, 2023) – Brookline Bank announced today that Peter F. Smith has joined the Bank as a Senior Vice President in Brookline’s Commercial (C&I) Banking Group. With over 30 years in commercial banking, Mr. Smith brings expertise in delivering a wide range of financial products to the upper and lower middle markets in New England.
Mr. Smith most recently held senior positions at Citibank and City National Bank, both in the Boston market. His career has focused on developing long-term banking relationships across many segments of the commercial banking space. In his new role, Peter’s focus will be on managing a sound portfolio of commercial clients and delivering the Bank’s full range of financial solutions.
Peter F. Smith – Senior Vice President, C&I Banking Group
781-783-4915 ● [email protected]
“The Bank and our clients will greatly benefit from Peter’s wealth of experience and understanding of the local market,” said David L’Heureux, Executive Vice President and Commercial Banking Division Executive. “Along with expertise in fostering client relationships, he brings demonstrated leadership and team-building skills to the C&I Group.”
Peter holds a Bachelor of Arts in Business from the University of Maine. He has been active on New England trade boards and participates in a variety of community services in Hingham, where he resides.
About Brookline Bank
Brookline Bank is a subsidiary of Brookline Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ: BRKL), and is headquartered in Brookline, Massachusetts. A full-service financial institution, Brookline Bank provides individuals and businesses with deposit and lending services, residential mortgages and home equity lending, commercial and CRE banking, cash management and foreign exchange services, and access to investment and wealth management services. Brookline Bank has convenient locations across Greater Boston and the North Shore. For more information go to brooklinebank.com. Brookline Bank is an Equal Opportunity and Equal Housing Lender. Member FDIC.