New regional president for Webster Bank overseeing greater New Britain has strong city ties

Published on Tuesday, 1 June 2021 14:56
Written by Ciara Hooks


NEW BRITAIN – Webster Bank announced the expansion of roles for the Regional Presidents in Connecticut, which includes Timothy D. Bergstrom.

Bergstrom will now oversee the Hartford, New Haven and Middlesex county markets, including greater New Britain and Bristol.

Michael L. O’Connor, regional president, will continue to oversee the greater Waterbury market. Additionally, Martin H. Anderson has been appointed regional president for the Fairfield County market.

“Tim, Mike and Martin have many years of experience in banking and they have built extensive relationships with customers and business and civic leaders throughout the bank’s footprint, which is crucial to success in this role,” said Chris Motl, executive vice president, head of commercial banking.

Bergstrom was named regional president for Greater Hartford in 2014.

Bergstrom is a resident of Burlington. He joined the Webster team in 1998 and is a senior vice president, currently responsible for business banking activities in Connecticut. His role entails responsibility for all aspects of business development, community outreach and relationship management for business and professional services clients.

Bergstrom is a member of the board of CCARC in New Britain. He is also a past director of the New Britain Museum of American Art, Palace Theater, American Liver Foundation, Connecticut Chapter, New Britain Chamber of Commerce, Easter Seals and United Way of Greater Waterbury.

Posted in New Britain Herald, New Britain on Tuesday, 1 June 2021 14:56. Updated: Tuesday, 1 June 2021 14:58.