Bindiya Jain Joins South Shore Bank as Vice President/Director of Consumer Lending and Loan Operations

Bindiya Jain
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BRAINTREE, MA–South Shore Bank announced the hiring of Bindiya Jain as Vice President/Director of Consumer Lending and Loan Operations. Jain brings with her nearly 20-years of experience working in residential/consumer lending and loan operations at various banks around Massachusetts and beyond.

In her role at South Shore Bank, Jain provides direct oversight of all centralized commercial, consumer and residential loan processing, servicing, collections and secondary market. In addition, Jain is responsible for processing, developing, underwriting and servicing a variety of consumer loans. This includes auto, residential mortgage loans, credit card and unsecured personal loans.

“We are very excited to welcome Bindiya Jain to the South Shore Bank team,” said South Shore Bank CEO James Dunphy. “She has a vast background in lending and loan operations, and a strong ability to build lasting relationships with clients”.

Prior to arriving at South Shore Bank, Jain served as a Vice President/Loan Operations Manager with UniBank in Massachusetts. She also worked at Central Credit Union Fund and First Merchants Corporation.

Jain is a native of New Delhi, India and graduated from Delhi University. She obtained her MBA from Anderson University in Anderson, Indiana, and attended the ABA Stonier Graduate School of Banking. Jain currently resides in Shrewsbury.

South Shore Bank is a full-service mutual bank with 16 locations and assets of approximately $1.4 billion.  As a mutual savings bank, South Shore Bank is locally managed and dedicated to the needs of the communities in which it operates. The bank offers a variety of traditional and innovative financial products for personal and business banking to ensure clients are provided with the level of convenience and service they’ve grown to expect. All deposits are insured in full.  The FDIC insures all deposits up to $250,000 per depositor and up to $250,000 per depositor for Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs); all deposits above this amount are insured by the Depositors Insurance Fund (DIF).


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