Hanover Bancorp in Mineola, N.Y., has a new president.
The $2.1 billion-asset company said in a press release that Mac Wilcox had succeeded Brian Finneran, who retired in February.
Wilcox joined Hanover in May 2021 after the company bought Savoy Bank, where he was president and CEO. He has been serving as Hanover’s chief lending and revenue officer.
Wilcox will be responsible for the company’s digital, product and niche lending initiatives. He will continue to oversee the commercial and residential banking teams and explore new initiatives to support asset and earnings growth.
“I am certain Mac will contribute to strengthening Hanover’s overall loan and deposit growth by assisting us with our long-term efforts of generating revenue and supporting our business expansion,” Mike Puorro, Hanover’s chairman and CEO, said in the release.