Chestertown, MD, April 10, 2017– Chesapeake Bank and Trust Company is pleased to announce its recent five star rating from BauerFinancial, Inc. Chesapeake Bank’s five star rating, up from four stars last year, is an impressive achievement making it the highest rated Community Bank headquartered in the Chestertown area.Continue Reading Chesapeake Bank and Trust Announces Five Star Rating
Chestertown, MD, March 7, 2017– Chesapeake Bank and Trust Company is pleased to announce its newest Lender, Justin Varga.
“Given our success in helping clients and growing market share, we’re glad to add a great local guy like Justin to our team.” – Glenn L. Wilson, President & CEO
Justin Varga brings nine years of professional financial experience from J.P. Morgan Chase Private Bank to us. Beginning as an account officer, Justin progressed assuming roles as Portfolio Manager, before becoming a Senior Account Officer in 2013.Continue Reading Chesapeake Bank and Trust Announces Hire of New Lender Justin Varga
Chestertown, MD, April 3, 2017– Chesapeake Bank and Trust Company is pleased to announce its new Branch Manager, Karyn Dustin, who is replacing retiring Manager Mary Clark.
Karyn Dustin brings fourteen years of retail banking experience to Chesapeake Bank and Trust. Most recently Karyn was a Branch Manager in Continue Reading Chesapeake Bank and Trust Announces New Branch Manager
Chestertown, MD, March 13, 2017– Chesapeake Bank and Trust Company is pleased to announce its new Assistant Branch Manager, Jacqueline Franklin
Jacqueline Franklin has been with Chesapeake Bank and Trust for 4 years. Beginning as a Teller, Jacqueline progressed to Continue Reading Chesapeake Bank and Trust Announces New Assistant Branch Manager
Don’t Skim the Details
Earlier this month an alarming figure emerged from FICO that indicated ATM skimming was up 546% when comparing 2014 to 2015. In light of these figures 10-D Security wanted to pass along some tips that can help keep your debit cards out of the hands of counterfeiters.Continue Reading Don’t Become A Victim of “Skimming”
FDIC Highlights New Resources for Bank Customers on Precautions When Using Computers and the Internet
Released March 8th, 2016
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) announced new resources today to educate bank customers about appropriate steps they can take to help avoid fraud and other cyber threats when banking online or on their mobile devices. The information is being issued in advance of National Consumer Protection Week, March 6-12.