your neighborhood bank
We are proud to help our customers buy the homes where their family histories will be made, turn their passions into businesses that help our local economy thrive, and save for secure and adventure-filled retirements. We hope you’ll make us your bank for life.
For more than four generations, TCB has been helping our customers make their goals and dreams a reality. We opened our doors on South Street in Roslindale in April 1898 as Roslindale Cooperative Bank. From 1928 to 1956, our main office was located on the corner of Corinth Street. In 1956, we moved to 40 Belgrade Avenue, where we still are today. Our West Roxbury branch opened in the fall of 1994, and four years later we merged with Charlestown Cooperative Bank to become The Cooperative Bank. Today, we are known as TCB.
With sophisticated online and mobile banking services, we have our feet firmly planted in the 21st century, but we still believe in the power of lifetime relationships and old-fashioned service. Let us show you the peace of mind that only the best personal service, sound advice and leading-edge technology can bring.
meet the team
President & CEO
John brings over 30 years of experience as a mortgage banking executive. As SVP, he oversees the residential lending group and enjoys working with customers on their home financing needs. John serves as an active member in the banking community as the American Banker Chairman of the Mortgage Markets Committee, and is involved in the Massachusetts Mortgage Bankers Association Compliance Committee. Alongside his banking community devotion, John also supports his local community by participating on the board of the John Barker Youth Basketball League, and is the coach for a local youth football team.
SVP, CFO & Treasurer
Kimberly joins the TCB team with over thirty years of experience in the finance sector. She has worked for various organizations including South Shore Bank, CVS Caremark Corporation, and Sallie Mae. Kimberly joins us from her most recent role as an Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer from North Brookfield Savings Bank. Kimberly holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance from Bentley College as well as a Master’s in Business Administration degree from University of Massachusetts Amherst.
Senior Vice President Senior Commercial Lender
Miguel oversees TCB’s commercial lending division. He is an industry veteran with nearly 30 years of expertise in commercial real estate lending and construction and business loans. Miguel has held management positions in both large and small banking institutions. His knowledge of the Greater Boston market is a welcome asset to customers and the business community.
Senior Vice President Risk Management NMLS #523108
Elaine oversees the Bank’s Enterprise Risk Management, Compliance and Audit areas. She brings over 20 years of expertise in all aspects of lending, regulatory compliance, quality assurance and policy implementation. She also serves as the Bank’s Community Reinvestment Officer. Elaine is a graduate of Suffolk University.
Senior Vice President IT and Deposit Operations
Peter manages TCB’s Information Technology and Deposit Operations divisions. He provides direction for the ongoing development of effective, and secure systems that support the bank. Peter brings over 20 years of technical and operational expertise within the financial services industry and has a passion for innovation. He holds a Bachelor of Science with a concentration in Management Information Systems from the University of Massachusetts Boston and has numerous leadership positions within Boston’s Chinatown community associations.
Senior Vice President Retail Banking
Julinda brings over 12 years of experience in the banking industry. As the Head of Retail for TCB she oversees all functions of Retail Banking. Julinda ensures branches are properly aligned to achieve short and long-term business strategies. This includes coaching and developing the Retail group based on a performance culture that focuses on relationship banking and exceptional customer service. She believes in establishing lifetime relationships and enjoys working closely with Branch Managers by participating in community events to help promote the image and growth of TCB. Julinda is a graduate of Boston University. .
Director of Human Resources
Gaelle manages Human Resources for TCB, providing leadership and oversight to all of the functions of human resources as they relate to TCB’s employees. She currently chairs the Employee Engagement Team, to advance the bank’s initiative in “making banking fun.” Gaelle has more than 13 years of human resources experience within various job sectors, including both large for-profit companies and nonprofit organizations. She serves as a Board member for the YMCA of Greater Boston’s Thomas M. Menino branch in Hyde Park. Gaelle holds a Bachelor of Arts in Business Management and a Master of Business Administration, both awarded by Curry College.