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Jagjiwan Singh of First County Bank, named as one of Fairfield County’s 40 Under 40

Jagjiwan Singh

Jagjiwan Singh

First County Bank is pleased to announce that Jagjiwan Singh, assistant vice president, Business Development Officer, was recognized by Fairfield County Business Journal as one of Fairfield County’s 40 Under 40 at the June 20 awards celebration held at Silicon Harbor, Stamford. Singh is responsible for business development and the origination of small business and commercial loans.

This is the 13th annual celebration of the Fairfield County Business Journal honoring top forty professionals under the age of forty. Candidates are judged based on their position in their careers and contributions to their business field or community. Over 100 young professionals are nominated each year for this honor and represent many business fields including: financial services, insurance, banking, real estate, medical, technology, law, marketing, and others.

“We are delighted Singh was recognized for his accomplishments in the banking industry and service to our community,” said Reyno A. Giallongo, Jr., Chairman and CEO of First County Bank. “It is an honor for him to be awarded the 40 Under 40 award by the Fairfield County Business Journal. Singh is a valued member of our Business Banking team.”

Singh is involved in the community as a member of the Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji Foundation. Jagjiwan has been with First County Bank for approximately a year and has made an impact through his ability to partner with other First County Bank team members and to identify opportunities in the marketplace. Singh is a responsive trusted advisor to customers and prospects, as well as to his partners within the Bank.  His career in business banking started in 2009. He has a B.A. in Economics from the University of Connecticut and has completed extensive professional financial course work. Jagjiwan is multilingual with fluency in English, Hindi, Punjabi and Urdu.

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