James D. Nesci Joins Boiling Springs Savings Bank as President - April 30, 2018
Boiling Springs Savings Bank has hired James D. Nesci as its new President. Mr. Nesci will oversee all operations at the 17-branch bank.
Boiling Springs Savings Bank, one of northern New Jersey’s largest savings banks and provider of financial services to individuals and businesses for nearly 80 years, has hired James D. Nesci as its new President. Mr. Nesci will oversee all operations at the 17-branch bank.
Mr. Nesci brings more than 25 years of executive-level financial expertise to his new position with Boiling Springs Savings Bank. He will draw upon his considerable experience and proven leadership abilities to help increase revenue, expand product offerings, and implement a strategic vision for future growth.
Prior to joining Boiling Springs Savings Bank, Mr. Nesci was Head of National Sales for TD Bank’s $20 billion U.S. wealth management business. He was responsible for national sales strategy, marketing, private client lending, mass affluent products, institutional services, personnel development and data & analytics.
Before joining TD Bank, Mr. Nesci served as Executive Vice President and Chief Wealth Management Officer of Provident Bank where he significantly increased annual top line revenue growth by organic and acquisitive means. Additionally, he was President of Beacon Trust, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Provident Bank. Prior to this, Mr. Nesci was Chief Operating Officer with Wilmington Trust Company, National Wealth Management.
“Boiling Springs looks forward to flourishing under Jim’s stewardship,” said Kenneth Grimbilas, Chairman of the Board for Boiling Springs Savings Bank. “We are confident that his leadership and business acumen will further strengthen our already excellent relationships with customers, as well as forge fruitful new partnerships.”
Mr. Nesci earned two separate MBAs from Columbia Business School and the London Business School, respectively, as well as a BBA in Finance from Hofstra University in New York. He resides in Morris County, NJ.