BankOnBuffalo Expands Leadership Roles in Fifth Year of Growth


Promotes Marty Griffith and Mike Noah to Major Executive Positions

BUFFALO, N.Y. – As it continues in its fifth year to build a strong leadership team to increase market share in the Buffalo Niagara region, BankOnBuffalo today has announced two major executive promotions:

Martin T. Griffith, BankOnBuffalo president since its inception in 2016, has been promoted to CNB Bank Senior Executive Vice President and Chief of Community Banking. He will continue to reside in Buffalo as he assumes new responsibilities for the development and management of strategies and expansion initiatives at the CNB corporate level.  

Michael Noah, Senior Vice President of Commercial Banking, has been promoted to president of BankOnBuffalo. Mike joined BankOnBuffalo in 2017 as senior business banking relationship manager with more than 20 years’ banking experience in commercial and small business lending positions.

“We are extremely proud of the leadership that Marty and Mike have demonstrated in making BankOnBuffalo, in five short years, a leading choice for small and middle market businesses to conveniently access the financial resources they need to grow and prosper in our local economy,” said Joseph B. Bower Jr., Chief Executive Officer of CNB.

Griffith was the first executive hired by BankOnBuffalo following 11 years of leadership at a regional bank. Today, BankOnBuffalo exceeds $1.1 billion in deposits and has invested more than $11 million in the local economy.

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