January 08, 2014
Lisa Hudson Joins People's United Bank Wealth Management As Senior Private Banker In Boston Market
Bridgeport, CT – People’s United Bank announced today that Lisa Hudson has joined the bank’s Wealth Management group as Senior Private Banker, SVP. Hudson is responsible for expanding the bank’s private banking business in the Boston metropolitan area. She brings to the position an extensive background in financial services and specialty tax experience, most recently as a Senior Vice President in Commercial Banking at Citibank in Boston where she leveraged her background and skill set to provide creative financial solutions to her client base.
Prior to her Citibank role, Hudson was a Regional Director in New England at Alliantgroup, responsible for working with company owners and executives regarding highly technical tax regulations. She joined Keybank N.A. in Boston as Vice President in the Middle Market Commercial Group, and previously was Vice President and Head of the Financial Institutions Group at Credit Lyonnais for their Boston office.
“We are pleased to have Lisa join us as we expand our private banking activities throughout the greater Boston metro area and across our footprint, which extends from the greater New York metro area through Connecticut, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine,” said Roberta Anderson, Senior Vice President, Private Banking. “We are committed to growing these relationships by offering a superior, comprehensive approach to managing wealth. At People’s United our success is based on the strength of our people, and professionals like Lisa position us as a unique resource to our clients in the Boston market.”
People's United Bank is a subsidiary of People's United Financial, Inc., a diversified financial services company with $32 billion in assets. People’s United Bank, founded in 1842, is a premier, community-based, regional bank in the Northeast offering commercial and retail banking, as well as wealth management services through a network of 410 retail locations in Connecticut, New York, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine.