Bath Savings Institution Announces Staff Additions
Bath, Maine (January 1, 2017) — Bath Savings Institution President & CEO Glenn Hutchinson announced the hiring of two new bank officers. Hutchinson said, “We are happy to expand our staff to meet the needs of our continued growth and add to our economy by creating new jobs in the region.”
Evan Libby, of Freeport, has joined the bank as the Vice President of Compliance. Before joining Bath Savings, Libby served as a Senior Bank Examiner for the State of Maine Bureau of Financial Institutions. He graduated from the University of Maine with a degree in Business Administration-Finance and a minor in Economics.
Tatiana Chipilova, of Camden, joins Bath Savings as Vice President, Finance and brings many years of accounting experience to the position. Since 2010, Tatiana has worked at Camden National Bank as the Regulatory Reporting Officer and Accounting Manager. She received her MBA from Lipetsk State Technical University in Russia and her Master of Science in Accounting from the University of Southern Maine where she earned her CMA (Certified Management Accountant) certification.
Hutchinson said, “These new officers bring a commitment to service and strengthen our banking team for the future. As the bank continues to grow, their expertise will allow us to continue to provide the exceptional service our customers expect.”