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October 25, 2016
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Dime Bank appoints Community Reinvestment Act Officer

HONESDALE, PA — Paula Ralston Nenish, vice president and compliance officer at The Dime Bank, was recently appointed Community Reinvestment Act Officer. Ralston Nenish, who joined The Dime Bank in May 2013, is responsible for the direction and oversight of the bank’s compliance management system including developing the compliance plan that covers compliance administration, monitoring, training, board reporting and complaint resolution.

As compliance officer, she is responsible for ensuring proper adherence to the provisions of the Community Reinvestment Act so the goals of meeting the credit needs of the communities The Dime Bank serves, including low to moderate income neighborhoods, are met.

The Dime Bank has been in business since 1905 and serves Northeast Pennsylvania. For more information visit