Generations Bank Announces Menzo Case Appointed to National Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Advisory Council
Seneca Falls, N.Y. – Generations Bank announced today that Menzo Case, President & CEO, has been appointed to the Community Bank Advisory Council of the Consumer Financial Protective Bureau for a two-year term. Case joins banking leaders from across the country in this new role.
“I am looking forward to working with the CFPB’s Community Bank Advisory Board, especially since they are scheduled to discuss areas affecting consumers in the Finger Lakes Region,” said Generations Bank President and CEO, Menzo D. Case. “The CFPB is a relatively new agency, and my hope is to provide some helpful ideas to curtail some of the harmful practices in the banking industry.”
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About Generations Bank
Generations Bank has partnered with businesses and residents in the Northern Finger Lakes region since its founding in 1870, while maintaining a strong commitment to each and every community in which it operates. The bank is headquartered in Seneca Falls and serves customers from nine retail locations in Seneca Falls, Auburn, Waterloo, Geneva, Union Springs, Phelps and Farmington. Generations was named to CNY Business Journal’s Best Places to Work in 2015 and 2016. The bank is the organizing sponsor for the Women’s Right to Run 19K/5K running event which benefits the transformation of the Seneca Knitting Mill for the National Women’s Hall of Fame. The 2nd Annual event will take place on May 13, 2017. For more information, visit righttorun19k.org In addition to traditional business and consumer deposit services, Generations Bank focuses on residential mortgages, as well as manufactured home, automobile, home equity, commercial, non-residential real estate and construction loans. The organization also serves the broader needs of the Finger Lakes area through its insurance business, Generations Agency and financial planning and brokerage services offered by Generations Investment Services. For more information, visit MyGenBank.com