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Reading native Brian Stewart has always been a Bostonian at heart. Not long after graduating from the University of Massachusetts in Amherst, he went to work for the former Shawmut Bank as a cost accountant. But Stewart notes, “Careers never seem to go the way you think they’re going to go.” Shawmut’s only open seat was on the trading desk, where the trading and investment activity piqued Stewart’s interest. He pursued a master’s degree in finance from Bentley University, and from there his career took a turn toward bank portfolio management. Today, he works a full day as the treasurer and chief financial officer at Middlesex Savings Bank.

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