Hi. I’m John Trentacosta and I’m fortunate to be the President and CEO of Newtown Savings Bank. Our Bank is a community bank located in Newtown, Connecticut. We are an independent, mutual bank and this July 12th we will be … Continue reading →
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John Trentacosta is President & CEO of Newtown Savings Bank, a mutual savings bank with over $950 million in assets headquartered in Newtown, CT. Founded in 1855, the Bank has fourteen locations operating in nine towns: Newtown, Bethel, Brookfield, Danbury, Southbury, Monroe, Shelton, Trumbull and Woodbury.
John joined the Bank in 1998 and was promoted to President in 2003 and Chief Operating Officer in 2005. In January 2009, John was promoted to CEO. He is a member of the Bank's Board of Trustees.
John is a Certified Public Accountant and holds a Bachelors of Science as well as a Masters Degree in Business Administration. He has spent his entire working career as a professional in the banking and financial service industry. Prior to joining Newtown Savings Bank he held various senior financial and administrative positions including Executive Vice President and CFO of The Bank of New Haven, in Connecticut. John began his career with Bankers Trust Company in New York in 1974.
John's passion is community banking as evidenced by his nearly 40 years in this segment of the financial service business. He enjoys his volunteer work and has been active with numerous organizations and activities over the years.
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