Long-time State Street Bank employee promoted to executive vice president

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Scott Smith | Photo courtesy of State Street Bank

QUINCY — State Street Bank recently promoted Scott Smith to executive vice president.

In his new role, Smith will oversee all aspects of day-to-day operations to ensure the organization’s efficient and effective functioning.

Smith brings to his new position more than three decades of service and expertise. He began his career with State Street Bank in 1987 as a loan officer and since has held various roles within the organization.

Smith was promoted in 1995 to assistant vice president and branch manager of the 48th and Broadway branch (SSB/East), where he oversaw lending and branch operations. Smith was promoted to vice president in 1998 and transferred to the trust department. He was appointed as a cashier in 2004, where he assumed responsibility for bank operations, compliance and human resources. Smith was named senior vice president in 2019 and has since played a pivotal role in overseeing all bank operations.

A native of Nauvoo, Smith holds a bachelor’s degree from Quincy University. He is a graduate of Cannon Trust School and attended Community Bankers School. Smith is a member of Breakfast Kiwanis and serves on the boards of the Notre Dame Foundation and CBAI Service Corp. He most recently served on the board of Arts Quincy and was co-chair of the QND annual fund.

In a press release, Mike Mahair, president of State Street Bank, said, “We are thrilled to announce Scott Smith’s promotion to executive vice president. Scott’s extensive experience, leadership and commitment to our bank and community make him the ideal candidate to lead our day-to-day operations. We are confident in his ability to drive our continued success as we move forward.”

State Street Bank is locally owned and operated. It has been serving Quincy and Payson since 1890. State Street Bank provides a broad range of consumer and corporate banking services to customers through four financial centers in Quincy and Payson. Online banking and more information is available at statestreetbank.com

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