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A Conversation with Kevin B. Cashen, President & Chief Executive Officer, Bay Bank, FSB

Kevin B. CashenKevin Cashen, President and CEO of Bay Bank, FSB, is ready to knock one out of the park.

He’s been building a different kind of community banking experience in Baltimore.

Under his watch, Bay Bank completed an acquisition of Slavie Federal Savings Bank – just six months in the rear view mirror –and Carrollton Bank only 14 months earlier. The Bank is well on its way growing an atypical community bank that builds relationships with small and medium sized businesses, business professionals, and individual customers . . . and is headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland.

As a result of bank mergers in the 1990s, many banks in the Baltimore metropolitan area became local branches of large regional and national banks. Today, local commercial and consumer constituents seem to be in the peripheral vision of big banks’ mass-market focus.Bay Bank is capitalizing on that opportunity with a brand promise and product set richer than the typical community bank: personal and robust service, availability of senior management for prompt response, flexibility, and a deeper understanding of customer needs.

Check out our interview with Kevin Cashen published in City Biz List. 

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