Bristol County Savings Bank (BCSB), headquartered in Taunton, announced the promotion of Jeffrey P. Pagliuca and Roger A. Cabral to the position of senior vice president/commercial lending.

Pagliuca will manage the New Bedford area lending team out of the bank’s downtown New Bedford office in the historic Candleworks building at 70 North Water St., while Cabral, who resides in Acushnet, will supervise the Fall River area lending team from the Bank’s office at 215 Pleasant St. in Fall River.

Prior to his promotion, Pagliuca served as vice president/commercial lending for the bank.  Previously, he held the positions of senior vice president, business banking with Webster Bank in New Bedford, and vice president, commercial relationship manager at Santander USA, also in New Bedford. 

Pagliuca currently is a board member and vice chair of membership development for the SouthCoast Chamber of Commerce. He also serves on the loan committee for the New Bedford Economic Development Council and is a corporator of the Community Foundation of Southeastern Massachusetts.

Pagliuca is a licensed Massachusetts attorney. He earned his Juris Doctor degree from University of Massachusetts Law School in Dartmouth and his bachelor’s degree from Worcester State University. Pagliuca resides in Taunton.

Cabral held the title of vice president/commercial lending before his most recent appointment, covering the Fall River area for the bank. Previously, he held similar positions with Sovereign Bank and Compass Bank in Fall River and New Bedford, Citizens Bank in Providence, Rhode Island and BayBank in Dedham.

Cabral’s current professional and community activities include being a member of the Board of Selectmen for the Town of Acushnet, the district treasurer for Rotary International District 7950 and a member and past president of the Rotary Club of Fall River. Cabral is also a board member for the Bristol County Chamber of Commerce and HealthFirst, both in Fall River.

He earned a MBA from the University of Rhode Island in Kingston, Rhode Island and his bachelor’s degree in business administration from Southeastern Massachusetts University, Dartmouth.