Claremont Savings Bank announces promotions

promotionCLAREMONT, N.H.Claremont Savings Bank is pleased to announce the promotion of Timothy Bates to Senior Vice President of Information Technology and Operations.

“We are delighted with the work Tim and his IT and facilities staff have done for the bank,” said Reggie Greene, president and CEO. “We recently asked him to take on management of operations in addition to his existing duties and are recognizing his performance and increasing responsibility by promoting him to senior vice president. Tim is an important member of our executive management team,” continued Greene.

Bates came to Claremont Savings Bank in 2007 with significant IT and project management experience gained at TD Ameritrade and while serving in the military. He is currently on the board of the Claremont Soup Kitchen. He has previously served on the Claremont Christian Academy and the Claremont Opera House boards.

“I am truly honored and excited to take on this new challenge,” said Bates. “I would like to thank the Board of Trustees and senior management for their faith and trust in me to serve in an executive leadership position. I would also like to thank all the staff that have been on my teams over the 14 years I have been employed by Claremont Savings Bank for their hard work and tireless efforts for growth and constant improvement.”

Zach Haines
Zach Haines. Photo provided

Bates resides in Claremont with his wife and children. He has a Bachelors of Science in business from the College of Saint Joseph, and a Masters of Business Administration from Plymouth State University.

In addition to Bates’ promotion, Zachary Haines has been promoted to vice president of operations.  “Zach is compassionate with his staff and has a strong work ethic. He has a great attitude which rubs off on the entire operations department,” said Bates. “He takes great pride in his work which is evident in his project delivery. Zach has worked very hard to receive this promotion and it is my honor to be able to continue to work with him in the future.” Haines began his career with the bank in 2009.

Back To Top