Business Briefs: Greylock hired manager of operational risk

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PITTSFIELDGreylock hires manager of operational riskJenaye Simon has been hired as assistant vice president, manager of operational risk at the Greylock Federal Credit Union. She replaces Cindy Shogry-Raimer, who has been named the credit union's community development director.Simon will worked with chief risk officer Jeff Gerard in ensuring Greylock's "safety and soundness", according to president/CEO John L. Bissell. Simon most recently worked in the retirement services department at Guardian Life in Pittsfield. Previously she was employed in the forensic services department at Price Waterhouse Coopers in Boston, and in risk management and audit services at Harvard University. Simon holds bachelor's and master's degrees in accounting from Boston College. She and her husband live in Pittsfield with their daughter.ADAMSMartin promoted to vice president at BPVSRebecca Martin has been promoted to vice president at Berkshire Photovoltaic Systems, the company has announced. A part-owner of BPVS, Martin holds a bachelor of science degree in environmental studies from the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts.In her new role, Martin will support strategic planning on solar electric design innovations and guide new employees as the business expands. She completed an internship at BPVS in 2007. Her current responsibilities include project and office management. BPVS was founded by President Christopher Doyle Kilfoyle in 1985.BERKSHIRESHalliday joins NBT BankSarah A. Halliday has joined NBT Bank as executive vice president and president of commercial banking, according to president and CEO John H. Wyatt Jr. She will also serve on NBT's executive management team.In her new role, Halliday will assume overall responsibility for NBT's commercial banking division. She has 25 years of experience in banking and commercial lending, most recently serving as Capitol Region Market President for M&T Bank.Halliday resides in the Albany, N.Y., area and will maintain offices in both Albany and NBT's headquarters in Norwich, N.Y.PITTSFIELDEntrepreneurial meet-up at J.Allen's1Berkshire will hold a entrepreneurial meet-up event on Tuesday, Feb. 21 at J. Allen's Clubhouse Grille, 41 North St. The hours are 5:30-7 p.m. Information: 413 499-1600, 1Berkshire.com.


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