Northfield Savings Bank announces opening of branch in Richmond


The Northfield Savings Bank branch in Richmond located at 53 Railroad Street.

Vermont Business Magazine Northfield Savings Bank (NSB) has announced the opening of a new temporary branch in Richmond Vermont at 53 Railroad Street. The new location opened to the public on July 1.

The new Richmond branch is open 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday to Friday. The temporary branch is equipped to accommodate three NSB bankers and an equivalent number of clients at the same time. There are five parking spaces on site for guests, one of which is accessible by an entrance ramp; all to be shared between the clients of NSB and Jamieson Insurance.

The temporary site does not have an ATM; customers using ATMs at Richmond Market & Beverage, Lucky Spot Store or Beaudry’s Store will benefit from a fee discount.

We are excited to join the Richmond community and provide a convenient new location for our customers to bank with us, ”said Thomas Leavitt, President and CEO of Northfield Savings Bank. “As the largest independent bank in Vermont, with offices in Bethel in Burlington and Waterbury in Waitsfield, we aim to be a compelling new resource for the citizens and businesses of Richmond, Huntington, Bolton and Jericho. “

Lauren Paige is the Community Banking Officer for the branch and most recently worked at the former TD Bank in Richmond. She started her career in 2017 and brings strong customer service skills and a deep understanding of the community to her role at NSB.
NSB is actively working to create a permanent branch in the region to meet a full range of banking needs for the community.

About the Northfield Savings Bank
Northfield Savings Bank is the largest bank headquartered in Vermont, with 14 branches serving retail and business customers in central Vermont and Chittenden County. Founded in 1867, NSB has remained a mutual institution throughout its history, focused on strong community impact in Green Mountain State. The full range of NSB products and services is detailed at


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