Financial Services >> CEO Interviews >> January 21, 2002

Robert Morton – Bancorp Connecticut Inc (bkct)

ROBERT D. MORTON has been Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Bancorp Connecticut, Inc., since 2001; President and Chief Executive Officer and Director since 1994 and President and Chief Executive Officer and Director of Southington Savings Bank (SSB) since 1991. Prior to 1991, he was Executive Vice President of Fleet Bank, successor to First Connecticut Bancorp, Inc., from 1971. He started his career in the bank administration training program at CBT in 1963. Mr. Morton is Trustee of: Episcopal Diocese of Connecticut Consolidated Investment Fund; Charter Oak State College Foundation; Director and President of Hartford Mutual Fund, Inc.; Director of Bradley Memorial Hospital; Director of Employment Development Center, Inc.; Director of Central Connecticut Substance Abuse Council; Director of United Way; Southington Economic Development and Enterprise Zone Advisory Committee; Finance and Investment Committees-Central Connecticut Health Alliance; Society for Increase of the Ministry (Finance Committee) and Corporator of Manchester Memorial Hospital. Mr. Morton has a BA degree in Economics from the University of Connecticut, and Master's degree in Economics from Trinity College. He is an Adjunct Faculty in Economics at University of Hartford (1973-1986). Profile
TWST: Could we start with a brief overview of the history and evolution

of Bancorp Connecticut?

Mr. Morton: The bank itself was a mutual savings bank that was formed in

1860, and in 1986 it