New Hampshire Mutual Bancorp appointed Robert Soloway as executive vice president. Soloway will be a part of the NHMB Executive Leadership Team, continuing as chief technology officer.
Soloway has impacted the bank’s evolving technology since joining the company in September 2019. As CTO, Soloway leads and oversees technological strategy and implementation for Merrimack County Savings Bank (the Merrimack), Meredith Village Savings Bank (MVSB), Savings Bank of Walpole (SBW) and NHTrust. In March, the oversight of information security, enterprise project management and imaging for NHMB and sister organizations was added to his area of responsibility.
“Excellent technology is essential to ensuring we meet the security, ease of use, service and product expectations for customers of the community banks we serve,” said Gregg Tewksbury, president and CEO of New Hampshire Mutual Bancorp. “Rob’s impressive contributions to our technological improvements as well as his broad background in operations and strategic information technology leadership has enhanced the capabilities of our banks and wealth management firm. He has the foresight to address the future and is adept at managing current opportunities at the same time. Rob has already proven he’s an excellent and important member of our leadership team.”
Prior to joining NHMB, Soloway was the chief information officer for Municipal Credit Union in New York. He has also held top leadership roles within banking, insurance and shared service environments.
Already familiar with New Hampshire, Soloway began his career in the state as a computer programmer following graduation from what is now Southern New Hampshire University. He holds a degree in Management Information Systems and Finance.
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