Charter Oak Welcomes Christopher Interrante to Leadership Team

 

Norwalk, Conn., July 12, 2021—Christopher Interrante has joined Charter Oak Financial as the firm’s Head of Field Management. Mr. Interrante is responsible for the growth and development of Charter Oak’s network of managing directors, ultimately elevating the firm’s local presence through field leadership.

Mr. Interrante’s experience includes both private practice and leadership roles focusing on professional growth, training, and recruiting. He was most recently the Corporate Vice President of Management Development Strategy and Execution at another large financial services company, where he executed a national management and leadership development program.

Charter Oak Managing Partners Brendan Naughton and Brad Somma commented: “Chris’s experience as a successful financial professional, along with his ability to motivate teams and cultivate relationships, lends both perspective and credibility to his leadership. We are pleased to welcome him as an instrumental member of our team as we position Charter Oak for the future.”

Mr. Interrante and his wife live in Stamford with their two children.

Charter Oak Financial serves the risk management, business services and retirement and investment planning needs of families, individuals and businesses across the Northeast. Through our mission, vision, and guiding principles, we are committed to delivering exceptional client experiences, fostering a positive firm culture, and being an influence for good in our communities.
Charter Oak’s offices are located throughout Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New York. To learn more, visit www.charteroakfinancial.com.  
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