New corporators join First County Bank

Jevera Kaye Hennessy

Jevera Kaye Hennessy

First County Bank announced the election of six new corporators at its June 18 annual meeting.

A corporator is a unique role offered to community representatives and thought-leaders as part of the bank’s mutual charter.

A First County Bank corporator acts as the bank’s eyes and ears in the community, promotes the mission and vision of the bank, and supports the business community and nonprofit development.

Among this new group is Jevera Kaye Hennessey, a partner in the law firm of Kaye and Hennessey in Greenwich.

Ms. Hennessey’s law practice focuses on real estate transactions, estate planning and estate and trust administration. She participates on a number of nonprofit boards that have missions to support seniors and holds a bachelor’s degree from Georgetown University and juris doctor degree from Boston University.

“These new corporators bring a wealth of experience in diverse industries which will enrich the bank’s operations,” Rey Giallongo, First County Bank chairman and CEO, said. “First County Bank has worked together with these individuals and knows they have the best interests of the bank in mind. We look forward to their contribution and advice.”

The First County Bank board of directors recruits corporators who are successful in their business or profession, and have strong knowledge of the communities First County Bank serves. Corporators play a critical role in a mutual community bank.

They are centers of influence with diverse backgrounds from both for profit and nonprofit sectors. The role of a corporator includes assisting the bank in increasing its visibility and credibility in the community, advising the bank on community and customer needs, supporting the bank’s business development and providing customer service feedback.

Among the others named corporators is former Stamford Mayor Michael Pavia. Mr. Pavia is the founder and owner of Pavia Development LLC, a residential, commercial real estate management and construction business in Stamford.

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