Claremont Savings Bank’s announces hiring of Sean Long and Adam Pippin

Sean Long
Sean Long. Photo provided

CLAREMONT, N.H. – Claremont Savings Bank announces the following new hires.

Sean Long, vice president, commercial lending, comes to CSB with a degree from Champlain College and New England School of Banking at Williams College. His career in banking spans nearly 20 years and includes serving as retail market manager, vice president, corporate lending and vice president, commercial lending and Upper Valley market manager with local and community banks. Long has received awards for his excellence in banking, and he sits on Boards for youth sports and economic development organizations. “I am excited to be joining the team at Claremont Savings Bank. I look forward to working in the communities we serve to support and service their business needs,” adds Long.

Sean Long
Adam Pippin. Photo provided

Adam Pippin, assistant vice president, commercial lending, comes to CSB with a Bachelor of Science in business administration from Lyndon State College. He has worked in the financial sector for nearly 10 years and brings commercial lending experience from previous local community bank employment. Pippin is the president of the Board for Health Care and Rehabilitation Services of Southeastern Vermont, is a commercial lending committee member for the Vermont Bankers Association, and is a Board Member for Space on Main, a CoMaker Space in Bradford, Vt. Pippin will be based out of CSB’s West Lebanon, N.H. office. “I am excited to be a part of such a great organization that values our local communities and is supporting our continued growth within the Upper Valley region.”

“We are very pleased to have Adam and Sean join our Commercial Banking Team,” says Jim Lynch, senior vice president, commercial banking. “Their experience and enthusiasm for working with business owners will benefit our customers and will also help Claremont Savings Bank to continue fulfilling our mission of supporting local businesses and the communities we serve,” adds Lynch.

Founded in 1907 in Claremont, N.H., Claremont Savings Bank is a full-service financial partner offering a variety of retail deposit products, specialized lending solutions and convenience services designed for both personal and business banking customers through its branches located in Claremont and Charlestown, N.H., and Springfield, Vt. A loan production office is located in West Lebanon, N.H.

The bank also offers access to investment and insurance services provided through Claremont Financial Services, a division of Claremont Savings Bank.

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