Business Guide

Tuesday December 10, 2013

Fultonian Joins Community Bank, N.A. Consulting Team

Andrew Mangano brings financial expertise to bank

Andrew Mangano has joined Community Bank Wealth Management Group as a financial consultant in its Fulton and Oswego markets.

Mangano comes to the wealth management group with several years of financial planning experience and nonprofit agency work.

He received a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from SUNY-Potsdam and also holds an enrolled agent designation from the Internal Revenue Service.

Mangano resides in Fulton.

Community Bank Wealth Management offers investment, trust and insurance services through Community Bank, N.A. and its various subsidiaries.

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Cover Story
Working Together to Attract More Visitors
'Syracuse, Do your thing'
New regional brand identity designed to promote tourism
David Granoff taking city of Oswego tourism to next level
All About Collaboration
Local museums and historical sites in Oswego form collaborative effort to attract tourists
Oneida Lake: A Growing Presence on Tourism Scene
Fishing tournaments have put Oneida Lake on the map
Tourism: Key to the Thousand Islands
Concern now is with the low Canadian dollar, which could negatively affect the region
Watertown International Airport: Small But Handy
Some of the perks airport offers: free coffee, free parking
How I Got Started
Where in the World is Sandra Scott
Special Report
Enrollment at SUNY Oswego Stable, Despite Trend
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Injection of Energy
Business Updates
Commercial Audio Solutions
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Skyline Solar
The Press Box
Rapid Cure Technologies
Patrick Dewine
On The Job
On The Job
Success Stories
Colosse Cheese
My Turn
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First Person
Unmask the Job Applicant
Economic Trends
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Last Page
Ellen Sykes
Healthcare Briefs
Jobs in Support Occupations to Surge
James Reed returns for second stint as regional president
Excellus’ New Boss Shares Thoughts
Healthcare Hawk
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