Marketer’s Edge Interview With Michael Rauh: Banking Challenges
In this episode of Marketer’s Edge we’re talking banking challenges with Michael Rauh, President & CEO of Chelsea Groton Bank.
If your agency pursues clients in the financial space, banking, or community banking, you’ll want to watch this episode.
A bit of background: based in Groton, Connecticut, Chelsea Groton Bank is a mutually owned bank with 14 locations throughout New London County and a Loan Production Office in Hartford County. The Bank has over $1 billion in assets and serves businesses, individuals and families throughout Connecticut and Rhode Island.
Why Advertising Agencies Should Watch This Episode-Michael talks:
- What it means to be a “mutually owned community bank” and how that’s different from just being a bank or a credit union.
- Technology and its role in banking today.
- Chelsea University – a concept created to benefit customers and employees benefit from it.
- Some of the top challenges facing banks today and the challenges anticipated as we look forward into the future.
- Opportunities that Michael sees for banks the next 3-5 years out.
- Advice he’d give to marketers looking for a new agency.
- Advice to agencies he’d give if they were trying to knock down his door and win his business.
A little bit about Michael:
Michael has been the President & CEO of Chelsea Groton Bank for nearly 12 years.
Prior to Chelsea Groton, Michael spent 20 years at the Washington Trust Company and 5 years at Chaffee & Partners.
Michael graduated from the University of Rhode Island with a degree in economics.
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