David Glidden says the Toronto-based bank recently came full circle by once again bringing a broader wealth management operation to the region and hiring more than 27 people for it in Maine. Last fall, it extended its lease in the Bates Mill complex in Lewiston, where it has back office operations employing about people, till , and in April it said it planned to hire close to more people for its call center in Auburn. Glidden, 51, who replaced retiring Regional President R. He talked about his vision for the bank in northern New England, and more specifically, in Maine. An edited transcript of the interview follows:.
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