Peapack-Gladstone’s parent, Peapack-Gladstone Financial Corp., said in a news release that Boudreau — who was with the Morris chamber for 10 years — has been named private banker, Office of the President.
In his new role, he will deliver client service exclusively through the private banking program, as well as working with businesses and clients to help them grow.
“I am honored to join the Peapack-Gladstone Bank team to expand the bank’s relationships in the region and continue to provide for the financial needs of our clients and the surrounding communities,” Boudreau said in a prepared statement.
Before joining the chamber, Boudreau spent 25 years with Honeywell, retiring as vice president, state and corporate relations.
“Paul has a wealth of knowledge of the Morris County region and connections with its residents and business owners, which will serve the bank well as we continue to expand our reach,” Doug Kennedy, the bank’s CEO and president, said in a statement. “He is a valuable asset to our company.”