Author: Generations Bank

Generations Welcomes Michael Williams – CFP Investment Advisor Representative

SENECA FALLS, N.Y. – Generations announces the hiring of Michael Williams as an Investment Advisor Representative. Williams will be focused on the Western New York market. Generations Investment Advisor Representative, George Awad will remain focused in the Finger Lakes market. Williams has been in the financial services field for about 18 years. He has held […]

Generations Bank Receives Regulators’ Approval for Limited Purpose Commercial Bank

SENECA FALLS N.Y. – The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) and the New York State Department of Financial Service have approved Generations Bank’s application to form a limited purpose commercial bank. The sole function of the new subsidiary is to allow municipalities and other public entities to make deposits with Generations. New York is the […]

Generations Bank Announces the Addition of Lorraine Gibbs as AVP – Contact Center Manager

SENECA FALLS, N.Y. – Generations Bank announces the hiring of Lorraine Gibbs as AVP –Contact Center Manager. Gibbs will be responsible for managing our newly renovated Customer Contact Center at our Corporate Headquarters. Gibbs brings nearly 20 years of experience in management, as well as, 18 years of experience in customer service. Over her career, […]

Generations Bank Announces the Addition of Angelica Reyes as AVP – Office Manager

WATERLOO, N.Y. – Generations Bank announces the hiring of Angelica Reyes as AVP – Office Manager. Reyes will be responsible for managing the two Generations Bank offices in Waterloo. Reyes has been in the banking and financial service industry for ten years and has held various management positions including Assistant Branch Manager and Loan Officer. […]

Medina Savings and Loan Merger with Generations Bank Complete

  SENECA FALLS, N.Y. – Seneca-Cayuga Bancorp, Inc. (OTC Pink: SCAY) (“Seneca-Cayuga”), the holding company for Generations Bank, has completed the merger with Medina Savings and Loan Association (“Medina”) as of today. This merger is expected to increase Seneca-Cayuga’s consolidated assets from $291 million at December 31, 2017 to $335 million. Today announced the execution […]