Cambridge Bancorp (OTCBB: CATC) and its subsidiary, Cambridge Trust Company, announced the appointment of Susan Martore-Baker as president of Cambridge Trust Company of New Hampshire. Ms. Martore-Baker will direct business development and lead the wealth management efforts in New Hampshire. She will be based in the Concord office.
Susan Martore-Baker comes to Cambridge Trust Company with 30 years of trust and investment experience. Prior to joining Cambridge Trust, she was a senior vice president at Citizens Private Bank & Trust where she managed the New Hampshire market and was a client advisor. Ms. Martore-Baker established a Trust Division for CFX Bank in Keene, NH and has held administrative and business development positions at Shawmut Bank, First NH Investment Services, and U.S. Trust (formerly State Street Global Advisors).
“With a reputation as a leader in the New Hampshire investment community devoted to client service, Susan is the ideal person to head our wealth management effort in the Granite State,” said Michael A. Duca, executive vice president of wealth management at Cambridge Trust Company. “We are very excited to have her join the Cambridge Trust team.”
“Becoming part of the Cambridge Trust team here in New Hampshire is a highlight of my 30-year wealth management career,” said Susan Martore-Baker. “The history and independence of the Bank, coupled with the talent of its trust and investment professionals, truly set Cambridge Trust Company apart in its ability to work closely with our clients. I’m thrilled to lead an organization so committed to helping individuals, families, and organizations meet their financial goals and provide for those who they care deeply about.”Active in the New Hampshire community, Ms. Martore-Baker serves as vice president of the Nashua Symphony Orchestra, is a member of the American Lung Association Advisory Board in New Hampshire, the New Hampshire Bankers Trust Committee, and the Manchester Region Advisory Board of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation. She has previously served as the president of Makin’ It Happen Coalition for At-Risk Youth, the New Hampshire Estate Planning Council, and the Connecticut Valley Estate Planning Council.