Ridgewood Savings Bank has made two senior additions to its leadership team—Kenneth Ceonzo is now the chief financial officer and Carlos Sanchez is the chief banking officer.
Prior to joining Ridgewood, Ceonzo was with Dime Savings Bank of Williamsburgh for more than 20 years, where he served as a vice president of financial reporting and investor relations at the Securities and Exchange Commission. Prior to his time at Dime, Ceonzo worked at Deloitte & Touche, where he was responsible for auditing financial institutions.
Sanchez joins Ridgewood from Popular Community Bank, where he oversaw a branch network similar in size to that of Ridgewood’s. Before that, Sanchez was the director of retail banking at Amalgamated Bank.
“We are honored to welcome Kenneth Ceonzo and Carlos Sanchez to our team,” Peter Boger, the chairman, president, and chief executive officer of Ridgewood, said in prepared remarks. “I believe that these outstanding professionals will bring excellent financial leadership and the benefit of their years of experience to better serve our customers.”