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South Shore Bank

South Shore Bank shares a long history with the South Shore region of Massachusetts. Although the name South Shore Bank began in 1997 with the merger of Weymouth Savings Bank and South Weymouth Savings Bank, we were originally chartered by the General and Honorable Court of the Commonwealth in 1833 as the Weymouth and Braintree Institution for Savings. We have a proud heritage of commitment to the communities we serve.

Rollstone Bank & Trust

In 1846, we were a pioneer community bank. Today, we’re still pioneering with new banking ideas and good old-fashioned personal service. Our dedication to providing customers with superior financial products and the support they need to prosper at work and at home has enabled us to build one of the most trusted banks in the region.

Mechanics Cooperative Bank

Mechanics Cooperative Bank is a multi-service community financial institution operating for the purpose of encouraging thrift among the residents of the communities we service. Our products and services are designed to meet the needs of our community. We shall maintain financial soundness and good customer and employee relationships while striving to address the social and fiscal needs of our market area.

Everett Bank


Our Mission: To remain the premier community bank in the region by serving the personal and business needs of our market, providing superior customer service, investing in the communities we serve, and enriching the lives of our employees.

North Shore Bank

The North Shore has been our home since 1888. So it goes without saying that cities and towns like Peabody, Salem, Danvers, Beverly, Middleton and Saugus mean a lot to us. Our customers live here. We live here. And we'd like to keep it a great place to live, work, and raise our children.

Charles River Bank

Founded in 1915, Charles River Bank began providing opportunities for people in our community to enjoy home ownership, achieve financial goals, and to look to the Bank as a constant resource for improving the lives of their family, their business, and the community that we share.

Eagle Bank

Eagle Bank is a state-chartered, mutual savings bank with over 125 years of experience in the financial services industry. We received our original charter from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on March 1, 1889. On that date, the Massachusetts Senate and House of Representatives authorized the founding of the Bank. On May 11, 1889, we opened the doors for our first day of business. At the end of the day, deposits totaled $4,570. Today, total assets are approximately $420 million.

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Westfield Bank

As a local community bank, Westfield Bank has worked hard to lay the groundwork for better economic times. We have achieved one of the highest capital ratios among banks headquartered in Massachusetts. We are well positioned to take advantage of opportunities that are in line with our responsible approach to business.

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