St. James Armenian Church Men’s Club Dinner Meeting

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WATERTOWN, Mass. — On Monday, December 4, St. James Armenian Church will host a Men’s Club dinner meeting at the St James Charles Mosesian Cultural and Youth Center. The speaker will be Sushil K. Tuli.

Tuli has been one of the leading figures in lending and banking in Massachusetts for nearly 30 years. He founded Leader Bank in May 2002, opening a single branch in East Arlington with seven employees and $6.5 million in assets. He has guided Leader Bank to become one of the top community banks in the country, with well over 225 employees across seven full service branches and three loan production centers, and more than $1 billion in assets. During his time as president, chairman and CEO, Tuli has grown all facets of Leader Bank’s business, with a particular focus on retail banking, residential mortgages and both commercial and small business lending.

Tuli and Leader Bank have been repeatedly honored for their success over the last decade. Under Tuli’s leadership, Leader Bank has received both a 5-Star Superior Rating from Bauer Financial in every quarter since 2010 and an “A” or “Excellent” rating from Weiss Ratings. In 2013, Banker & Tradesman named Tuli as a Community Bank Hero, and in 2015, the Boston Business Journal named him Leader in Diversity. Tuli also recently received a Lifetime Achievement Award from TiE-Boston for his work mentoring and supporting entrepreneurs and small businesses, and the 2015 President’s Award from HomeStart, Inc., for his dedication to combating homelessness in Massachusetts.

Tuli’s leadership extends beyond his work with Leader Bank, having served in 1999 as the chairman of the Massachusetts Mortgage Bankers Association, the largest mortgage banking industry association in New England. Tuli is currently serving as a member of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston’s Community Depository Institution Advisory Council and the Massachusetts Home Ownership Advisory Committee. Governor Charles Baker also recently appointed Tuli to the Massachusetts Economic Development Council, and until recently, he also served on Fannie Mae’s Affordable Housing Advisory Council.

Tuli is regularly interviewed and quoted regarding his experience in and knowledge of lending and banking in Massachusetts and nationwide, and has been the subject of personal profiles in publications such as the Boston Globe and Banker & Tradesman.

The program will begin with a social hour and mezza at 6:15 p.m. and dinner at 7 p.m. Tickets are $15/person.

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