We're Here to Help You and Your Business Succeed!
Left to Right: John O’Donnell, President and Chief Executive Officer and Richard Archambault, Senior Vice President, Commercial Lending
Let us help your business reach its financial goals.
Our highly-experienced, Commercial Loan Officers listen to your needs and will develop a financial plan customized for your business. As a community bank we are flexible and able to provide innovative solutions.
We walk you through the application process and answer any questions you may have. Our rates are competitive and our personal service can't be beat.
Let us help you with flexible financing terms and other services to help your business thrive. Whether your business is big or small, we can help with:
- Commercial Mortgages
- Construction Loans
- Refinance loans
- Equipment Loans
- Term Loans
- Lines of Credit
- Letters of Credit
- Traditional & SBA Loans
Contact Richard Archambault (Rick) to discuss your business finance needs
Richard Archambault, Senior Vice President Commercial Lending
Direct: 781-404-1207 | Fax: 781-935-2684
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Rick Archambault joined Patriot Community Bank in 2010 with over 35 years of experience in all aspects of commercial lending. His vast experience includes construction and commercial real estate financing with a strong focus on lending to commercial real estate investors and owners throughout the greater Boston area. Rick’s customers appreciate the Bank’s fast turnaround that results from his extensive knowledge with the local real estate market and loan structure skills – both simplifying and expediting the process.
Patriot Community Bank is proud of its community values and its ability to have decisions made locally in a timely manner - as only a local community Bank can. Moreover, Patriot Community Bank’s wide array of competitive lending products and exceptional customer service contributes to highly-satisfied customers.
Rick is an 1981 graduate of Plymouth State University and formally credit trained as a 2008 graduate of the ABA Stonier Graduate School of Banking at the University of Pennsylvania and the ABA National Commercial Lending School at the University of Oklahoma in 1999.