Brandon J. Curran (He/Him)
Vice President Relationship Manager III/Specialty Industries
Brandon is the main point of contact for Main Street Bank’s Cannabanking services, delivering banking resources to cannabis-related businesses and their employees. As a Relationship Manager, his role includes providing exemplary customer service, being a knowledgeable resource and aligning himself with the success of Main Street Bank’s business customers, with a particular focus on cannabis-related businesses. With extensive connections in the cannabis space, Brandon can provide support and growth for clients in this industry. He continuously stays ahead of industry trends and insight through attendance at Massachusetts and New England-based cannabis events and has often been invited to speak on both podcasts and expert panels related to cannabis banking. As one of only a few expert resources on cannabis banking in Massachusetts, Brandon is well-equipped to deliver on an exceptional experience to businesses within the space.
Brandon graduated from Union College in 1998 and holds a Major in Political Science and a Minor in Economics. During his time in school, he participated on the varsity football team and was a member of the Beta Theta Pi Fraternity. Brandon brings 20 plus years of experience in investments and banking, having held positions at Bank of America, Santander, and most recently Northern Bank and Trust where he oversaw the cannabis banking vertical. On the investment side, Brandon has been in roles at Eaton Vance, John Hancock, and Standard and Poors.
An active member within the community, Brandon is a Board Member for Waltham, MA Youth Baseball, is the Commissioner of the t-ball league, coaches rookies and t-ball, and coaches boys and girls youth soccer in Waltham, MA. He is a volunteer in the Junior Achievement program and is a member of both the Mass Cannabis Group and the Emerald Group.
Brandon lives in Waltham with his wife Christine and children, Colton and Chloe. Brandon is a Patriot Season Ticket holder and an avid horse racing fan.
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