Vuong Named First Vice President/Chief Risk Officer of Kearny Federal Savings Bank

Fairfield, NJ – Khanh Vuong of Livingston has recently been named First Vice President / Chief Risk Officer of Kearny Federal Savings Bank. Prior to that, he served as Vice President/Enterprise Risk Manager of Kearny Federal. Vuong earned his MBA degree from New York University, Stern School of Business Administration.

“In an effort to address financial, operational, technology and regulatory risk throughout our organization, we cannot underestimate banking risk management frameworks, functions and activities,” Craig Montanaro, President & CEO of Kearny Federal said. “It’s important for our directors and management teams to be better equipped to plan for the bank’s capital strength to face future recessions, crisis, and credit cycles,” he added.

Kearny Federal Savings Bank, a federally-chartered stock savings bank, has supported the communities it serves since 1884. The Bank has assets of $2.9 billion and operates 41 full-service banking offices in Bergen, Hudson, Morris, Passaic, Middlesex, Essex, Union, Monmouth and Ocean counties.

For more information, contact Eric Kesselman at ekesselman@kearnyfederalsavings.net.