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BankOnBuffalo Investment Advisors Launched with Naming of Veteran Banker, David Paul 

Buffalo, NY - December 26, 2017

David-Paul-4x6.jpgBankOnBuffalo, now celebrating its first year anniversary in the Western New York market, has named David P. Paul as senior vice president of Wealth and Asset Management to lead BankOnBuffalo Investment Advisors -- its new Private Banking and Wealth Management service.
 
Paul brings to BankOnBuffalo the experience of successfully building and managing private banking and wealth management businesses for three major banks, including increasing the assets for one by more than 65 percent. A graduate of Syracuse University, he has also worked in commercial real estate and finance.
 
“David Paul will be a great asset to our growing list of BankOnBuffalo customers who desire experience, insight and personal attention to meet their private banking and wealth management needs,” said Martin T. Griffith, BankOnBuffalo president. “It is all part of the BankOnBuffalo philosophy of providing highly personal, flexible and fast decision making for business and individual banking success.”
 
Paul will focus on assisting customers with personal investment services that include IRAs and life insurance; money management for individuals, businesses, government entities and non-profits; trusts and estates, employer-sponsored retirement plans and business succession planning.

The launch of the Investors Advisors service is the latest offering from BankOnBuffalo, which opened branch offices in Orchard Park and Williamsville this fall to join its initial full-service branch office that was opened in February 2017 at the Electric Tower in Downtown Buffalo.

As a community bank, BankOnBuffalo, a division of CNB Bank, is being developed by local people and businesses. This local decision-making increases the level of service provided to the communities in and around Buffalo and bring growth to the entire region. 
 
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