Amalgamated Bank Announces Martin Murrell, Peter Neiman to Join Leadership Team As Chief Operating Officer and Chief Marketing Officer
I am pleased to welcome Martin Murrell and Peter Neiman to Amalgamated’s executive staff, and am certain both will be invaluable additions to our team.
NEW YORK – Amalgamated Bank announced today that Martin Murrell and Peter Neiman will become the company’s new Chief Operating Officer and Chief Marketing Officer respectively.
Martin joined Amalgamated’s staff in April and brings 15 years of experience in the implementation and management of consumer digital financial services. Prior to joining Amalgamated, Martin worked with American Express for six years, heading their “Personal Savings” division and leading the Strategic Planning Group’s international office in London. Before that, he worked with Capital One, improving customer experiences and developing secure online payment systems; as a consultant with McKinsey & Co. in Washington, D.C.; and led a technology start-up in Cambridge, UK.
Peter has consulted with Amalgamated for the past two months and brings more than a decade of experience with him. Prior to that, Peter served as Vice President of Brand and Advertising at Unum Group and before that, had been a senior executive at Grey Advertising.
“I am pleased to welcome Martin Murrell and Peter Neiman to Amalgamated’s executive staff, and am certain both will be invaluable additions to our team,” said Keith Mestrich, the President and CEO of Amalgamated Bank.
About Amalgamated Bank
For nearly a century, Amalgamated Bank has been a financial institution with a purpose: affordable and accessible banking for all. Offering customers nationwide the products and services of a major financial institution, Amalgamated is committed to the values on which it was founded. We proudly advocate for workers’ rights and promote the highest standards of environmental, social and corporate governance practices, which is why we are the first choice of progressive organizations and people from presidential campaigns and labor unions to individuals who want a bank that believes everyone should be able to participate fully in our economy. We serve our communities with the core principle that the real currency of banking isn’t dollars, it’s trust.