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Martin, Diagostino join SeaComm operation


MASSENA - SeaComm announces the hire of Phil Martin as business loan manager and Anthony Diagostino, risk manager, to their team.

Mr. Martin has joined SeaComm Federal Credit Union as the member business loan manager.

His responsibilities include managing the Business Lending Department and delivering loan and deposit products to help businesses in St. Lawrence and Franklin counties meet their borrowing needs and achieve their financial goals.

Mr. Martin began his commercial banking career in 1990, and he has worked in the commercial areas of foreign exchange, credit analysis, and lending. He has a master of business administration degree from Northeastern University, a bachelor of arts degree in business management from the University of Indianapolis, and he is a graduate of the Stonier Graduate School of Banking at Georgetown University.

Mr. Diagostino was hired to fulfill the duties of risk manager. He is responsible for the overall compliance management of all departments to insure adherence with current and future rules, regulations and industry standards. Responsible for business continuity and disaster recovery planning, along with annual review and testing of the plan.

Mr. Diagostino, who grew up in Massena, earned his bachelor’s degree in Financial Services Management from Johnson & Wales University in Providence, R.I. He has been working in the financial services industry for over seven years in various roles. Personally, he recently married his college sweetheart, and they are both looking forward to starting their life in Massena.

“We are extremely pleased to have both Anthony and Phil join our team. Both individuals bring valuable experience to the credit union’s operations,” according to Scott A. Wilson, president and chief executive officer. “The areas of risk management and member business lending both are in alignment with our overall growth goals and afford us the ability to continue to strategically expand our product, service and delivery channel offerings in a judicious manner.”

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