September 27, 2013

Mechanics Savings Bank hires a business banking specialist to serve local market

WINDHAM – Mechanics Savings Bank, a mutual savings bank founded in Maine in 1875, announced today the appointment of Steven Davis to business banking specialist for the Windham and lakes region markets. Davis is responsible for business and commercial loan development, as well as providing high-touch deposit and loan solutions for small business clients, focusing on cash management, merchant services, and secured loans. He will be based out of the Windham branch, located at 3 Drive In Lane—just off Route 302.

"We are pleased to bring this level of service and expertise to the Windham and Lakes Region business community,” said Mechanics Savings Bank Vice President Ray Teixeira. “With Steve’s background in finance and banking, including his knowledge of merchant services, he has already proven to be an exceptional asset to the bank and its customers.” 

Davis studied business management at University of Maine and is a 1992 graduate of Edward Little High School in Auburn. Davis is a supporter of the (MSSPA) Maine State Society for the Protection of Animals, a non-profit equine rescue and rehabilitation facility located in South Windham. He currently resides in Poland with his wife Michelle and their daughter Haley.

Best place to work honor

In addition to a new business banking specialist, The Maine State Council of the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) has announced that Mechanics Savings Bank has been named one of the "Best Places to Work in Maine". Mechanics Savings Bank is a mutual savings bank with branches in Auburn, Brunswick, Lewiston, and Windham. The bank employs 75 people, with total assets of $338,294,000. The official ranking will be announced on October 10.

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