Raynham, MA Meg McIsaac, president at Bluestone Bank has been elected treasurer of the Massachusetts Bankers Association (MBA) at its annual meeting in June. Founded in 1905, the MBA is the only association representing FDIC-insured community, regional and nationwide banks serving consumer and business clients across the Commonwealth.
“I am pleased to be elected treasurer for our industry’s Association, which has stood the test of time since its founding 116 years ago,” said McIsaac, “Bluestone Bank strives to be a community partner and supports the efforts the MBA continues to provide in our communities.”
“As a dynamic industry, it is essential that the Association have perspectives of banking leaders like Meg McIsaac who provide expertise and experience that enables us to achieve our priorities of exceptional advocacy representation on Beacon Hill and in Washington, DC; high quality and timely training and education for professionals in the banking industry and communications and services that help strengthen our members,” said MBA’s president and CEO Kathleen Murphy.
“The market knowledge that Meg brings enables the Association to anticipate and respond to emerging banking needs and trends that help our members as they serve a very large consumer and business footprint across the Commonwealth.”
Bluestone Bank with $1.3 billion in assets is a full?service bank offering individual and business banking services, and financial planning services through its Bluestone Wealth and Trust division. The bank has 12 banking offices and 2 loan production offices across southeastern Massachusetts with branches in Bridgewater, East Bridgewater, Lakeville, Mansfield, Norton, Pembroke, Plainville, Raynham, Taunton, and West Bridgewater.
The Massachusetts Bankers Association represents 120 commercial, savings, cooperative, and federal savings banks and savings and loan associations which hold nearly $500 billion in deposits in over 2,000 banking locations in Massachusetts. Member banks employ 72,000 professionals across the Commonwealth and in New England and contribute more than $105 million annually to social agencies and charitable organizations across the Commonwealth.