February 2020 NewsFlash

The Dime Bank Announces New Chief Information Officer

Ferdinand Feola joined The Dime Bank in 2019 as vice president, chief information officer. In this capacity, Feola will lead a strategic, integrated bank-wide technology program to deliver security and convenient access to accounts for customers and efficiency for employees through the optimal use of data, information, and digital technology platforms.
Feola joins The Dime Bank with over 25 years of diverse technology leadership including information technology development, data management, customer service, disaster recovery and high availability of critical systems, desktop management, complex wide area and local networks, telecommunications, integration, and expansion.
The Dime Bank President and Chief Executive Officer Peter Bochnovich stated, “Ferd’s focus on community and bringing the best to our customers and employees makes him a perfect fit for The Dime Bank. He is a purpose-driven leader and his ability to unlock business value, streamline operations, and realize better banking alternatives for customers will support a differentiated capability for The Dime Bank. I look forward to Ferd’s contribution in bringing technology to the center of our engagement with our employees and customers.”
Feola will complete a Master of Arts degree from the University of Valley Forge in May 2020 and has completed FEMA Incident Command Training. He is a published columnist writing technology articles for national publications. Feola is also a licensed minister and he and his wife, Bonnie, have a passion for seeing families prosper and restored. They have been involved in Foster Care for several years, served in several positions in the local church, and have led and participated in multiple short-term outreach trips to Romania and Puerto Rico.
The Dime Bank has been helping generations of customers meet their financial needs since 1905. If you are passionate about your future, choose The Dime Bank as your financial partner. Serving its primary market of Northeast Pennsylvania, the bank offers a full array of financial services and solutions. Community banking yields community benefits. For more information on The Dime Bank, visit Member FDIC.

Source: The Dime Bank/ January 15, 2020 / Deborah L. Unflat

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