Our new website is coming soon!

We have been hard at work behind the scenes, preparing to launch a redesigned website. The new site will feature a new layout, new navigation and a responsive format that will allow visitors to view the full website on any device – computer, tablet, or mobile phone – adjusting to fit the size of your screen!

As with any renovation project, we have made some big changes – including moving the Online Banking login to the right of the screen.

We look forward to launching the new website and welcome your feedback!



Employees of the Month – April 2017

Congratulations to Senior Personal Banker Colm Hamill in our Concord Street, Framingham office and BSA Specialist Melissa Roberts of the Compliance Department on their selection as this month’s Employees of the Month.

Colm was selected for his outstanding customer service. Mellissa was selected for her ability to review and analyze information, as well as her mentoring skills.

Colm Hamill and Melissa Roberts

Colm Hamill (left) and Melissa Roberts

Employees of the month

Congratulations to Senior Personal Banker Anthony Sturniolo at our Concord Street, Framingham office and Information & Risk Analyst Julie Morin on their selection as this month’s Employees of the Month.

Anthony was selected for his leadership and team spirit. Julie was selected for her role in creating a new department within the Bank.

Anthony Sturniolo (left) and Julie Morin

MutualOne Foundation awards $10K to Natick Service Council’s adolescent health program

The MutualOne Charitable Foundation has awarded $10,000 to the Natick Service Council. Announcement of the grant was made today by Mark R. Haranas, president and CEO of MutualOne Bank and a Foundation trustee.

The Foundation grant will support the Council’s Smart Nutrition and Exercise for Kids (SNEK) program, an initiative designed to improve adolescent health through proper nutrition, exercise, and nutritional education/intervention.

“The MutualOne Foundation is pleased to support a program that provides youth with hands-on learning about food, nutrition, and health,” said Haranas. “It is the foundation for a healthier, happier future.”

Celebrating the MutualOne Charitable Foundation’s $10,000 grant to the Natick Service Council are: (l-r) Mobolaji Omisore, manager of MutualOne Bank’s Natick office; Greg Tutuny, Natick Service Council executive director; and Yves Munyankindi of MutualOne Bank

Cybersecurity Tips for International Travelers

M1B_PhoneSecurityReprinted from the Federal Communications Commission Website

When traveling internationally, in addition to taking your passport, take responsibility for your cybersecurity.

Your information and communications – and the devices that contain and transmit them – are as much a part of you as the valuables in your suitcase. The more you do to protect yourself, the more secure your information and devices likely will be.

While in a foreign country, you are subject to its laws. Laws and policies regarding online security and privacy may be different in other countries than in the United States. If you would like to become familiar with other laws, the State Department website contains safety information for every country in the world.

Protect yourself by leaving at home any electronic equipment you don’t need during your travel.

Before you go

If you take it, protect it:

  • Back up your electronic files
  • Remove sensitive data
  • Install strong passwords
  • Ensure antivirus software is up-to-date

While traveling

Be vigilant about possession and use of your equipment and information. Don’t assume it’s safe. Culprits are visible and invisible.

  • Keep your eyes on your electronics. Keep your devices with you in airports, hotels, and restaurants, etc.
  • Be aware of your surroundings. Other eyes can take information from you by looking at your devices.
  • Consider using a privacy screen on your laptop.

Your mobile phone and other electronic devices may be vulnerable to malware because they will connect with local networks abroad. They also may identify your personal location information to others.

Electronic communications, equipment and services (e.g., phones, computers and fax machines) in public places such as Internet cafes, coffee shops, book stores, travel agencies, clinics, libraries, airports, and hotels may be vulnerable. You may choose not to use these services at all, or avoid using them for sensitive communications.

Don’t use the same passwords or PIN numbers abroad that you use in the United States. For example, if the hotel safety deposit box requires a PIN number, use a unique one.

Upon return home

Electronics and devices used or obtained abroad can be compromised. Consider safety measures such as changing passwords for your laptop or smartphone.

To learn more about how to fortify your cybersecurity when traveling abroad, visit fcc.gov.

Ugly Sweaters & Toys for Tots

Our team was looking good as they sported their ugly sweaters, and counted up the toys collected for Toys for Tots. Thank you to everyone who made a contribution!

Employees of the month

Congratulations to Donna Gogliormella, Senior Personal Banker, and Marie Harrington, Senior Operations Specialist, on their selection as this month’s Employees of the Month.

Donna was recognized for her willingness to accept additional responsibilities, while continuing to provide great customer service. Marie was selected for her smooth transition to operations and the ability to learn additional functions.


Donna Gogliormella (left) and Marie Harrington