FULTON, NY – Fulton Savings Bank (FSB) has announced that it has appointed Pamela D. Caraccioli as its new President and CEO.
She succeeds Michael J. Pollock, who is retiring at the end of this year after a 41-year career with the bank.
Caraccioli has been a director of the FSB since 2015 and her deep ties to the community have been a calling card, the bank said.
“… While considering the leadership necessary to move us forward, we focused on its deep ties with our region and on its exceptional record in maintaining relationships and collaborations with businesses, industry, government. and nonprofits throughout New York state, ”Brian Caswell, FSB chairman of the board, said in a statement. “She has a solid understanding of our customers and our community, as well as our position in this market.”
Caraccioli recently served as Assistant to the President for External Partnerships and Economic Development at SUNY Oswego and led several campus health and safety initiatives during the first 20 months of the pandemic. Previously, she was a faculty member at SUNY Oswego School of Communication, Media and the Arts. She also previously worked as Deputy Director for Operation Oswego County, Inc.
“In addition to her many qualifications, Pam knows the area, the people and the business world. She was born and raised in Oswego and the family business, Davis Brothers, Inc., has served the area for 60 years, ”Michael Pollock, outgoing president and CEO of FSB, said in the statement.
Caraccioli holds a BA in Law and Society from the University of California at Santa Barbara and an MPA from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University.
In addition to being a director of Fulton Savings Bank, Caraccioli is a member of the board of directors of the New York State Economic Development Council and sits on the Central New York Regional Planning Board. She chairs the Advisory Board of the Central New York Biotech Accelerator at Upstate Medical University and serves on the Advisory Boards of SUNY Oswego’s School of Business, the Oswego Health Foundation Campaign Steering Committee, and the Garrett Dunsmoor Memorial Foundation.
Celebrating its 150th anniversary in 2021, Fulton Savings Bank is the oldest, oldest local business in town, according to History Friends at Fulton, Inc. The bank is governed by a board of directors made up of local residents. and businessmen, who oversee all banking operations.
FSB has offices in the Fulton, Baldwinsville, Phoenix, Central Square, Brewerton and Constantia areas with 11 ATMs throughout its service area. The bank has assets totaling over $ 453 million and deposits exceeding $ 317 million.