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Kim Karl appointed Vice President of Commercial Lending at Savings Bank of Danbury





Danbury’s Savings Bank has hired Kim Karl as Vice President of Commercial Lending.

Kim previously worked as a commercial lender for Ion Bank, People’s United Bank and TD Bank. Outside of banking, she is a member of the Northern Fairfield County Community Council of United Way of Western CT, works as a mentor with the Human Services Council of Norwalk, serves on the board of directors of the McGivney Community Center, and is secretary of the Greater Norwalk Chamber. Trade.

“Kim is an experienced banker and a great addition to our team,” said Patrick Kelley, Senior Vice President of Danbury Savings Bank. “Entrepreneurs, women-led businesses and growing businesses depend on our skilled Business Banking professionals to tailor our products and services to best meet their needs. Kim’s experience and knowledge will bring great value to our customers.






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