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December 8, 2023

Camden National Bank promotes two to senior leadership roles

Camden National Bank has promoted Geoffrey Grayson to senior vice president, director of retail sales strategy. Christopher Byron has been promoted to vice president, retail regional director.

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Geoffrey Grayson

In his new role, Grayson will drive the formulation and implementation of retail and small business strategies while supporting business line leaders in building effective sales and service teams and managing our recognition programs.

He has over 17 years of experience in retail banking management. Grayson most recently served as retail regional director, the position Byron will now be taking over.

Prior to joining Camden National, he served in leadership roles at  Bank of America, Santander Bank and Century Bank.

Courtesy / Camden National Bank
Christopher Byron

Byron will oversee five banking centers in the Maine's southeastern region, managing a team to ensure customers’ financial needs and goals are met. 

Before joining the Camden National Bank team, he worked as a manager for Bank of America and Walmart. Byron earned his bachelor’s degree from Husson University.

“Geoff and Chris have both been outstanding in their respective roles and emerged as true leaders in community banking,” said Trish Rose, executive vice president, of retail and mortgage banking at Camden National Bank.

“They understand our business strategy and strong culture and support our efforts to grow and deliver a best-in-class customer experience. We are pleased to once again be promoting from within to fill these pivotal roles.”

Camden National Corp. (Nasdaq: CAC), with $5.7 billion in assets, has 58 banking centers and additional lending offices in New Hampshire and Massachusetts. It was ranked No. 2 on a list of Maine-based banks in the 2023 Mainebiz Book of Lists, ranked by Maine deposits as of June 30, 2022.

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