Ridgewood Savings Bank said it promoted its president, Peter Boger, to the additional posts of chairman and chief executive.
Boger, who joined the Ridgewood, Queens-based bank in 1999, succeeds William McGarry as chairman and chief executive. McGarry is retiring after having held those titles since 2004.
Ridgewood said Boger holds an undergraduate degree from Syracuse University and a master’s degree in banking and finance from Adelphi University.
The bank says it is the largest mutual savings bank in the state, with $4.8 billion in assets.
Ridgewood Savings Bank was founded in 1921 and has 35 branches, including some in Nassau and Suffolk counties.
Pictured: Peter Boger