Bryn Mawr Trust Appoints Miguel Alban As Vice President of Bryn Mawr Trust’s Multicultural Banking Initiative

Bryn Mawr, Pa., January 3, 2018 – Bryn Mawr Bank Corporation (NASDAQ: Bryn Mawr TrustC) (the “Corporation”), parent of The Bryn Mawr Trust Company (“Bryn Mawr Trust”), announced today the appointment of Miguel Alban as Vice President of their multicultural banking initiative. Effective January 2, 2018, Mr. Alban will report directly to Anthony Poluch, the bank’s CRA Officer, under the leadership of Joe Keefer, Executive Vice President.

“The Delaware Valley is a diverse market area,” said Bryn Mawr Trust Banking Division President Kevin Tylus. “Enhancing our efforts to serve our communities benefits everyone, individuals, families, and businesses alike. Bryn Mawr Trust is committed to being inclusive, to providing a full range of financial services to all of our constituents and fostering strong community relationships.”

“We view ourselves not only as a financial service provider, but also an educational partner for our customers and members of the community looking for better ways to manage their finances,” said Joe Keefer. “Miguel’s diverse background makes him a valuable asset and we are pleased to have him join Bryn Mawr Trust to spearhead this initiative.”

Mr. Alban has significant experience in multicultural marketing, financial services and community relations. Prior to joining Bryn Mawr Trust, he was the founding President of both The Hispanic Approach and The Hispanic Approach Financial Group. Earlier in his career, he was a Latin America Consultant for AFLG Private Equity Firm, Vice President of Avanti Seguros, and Director of Hispanic Banking at First National Bank of Chester County.

Mr. Alban immigrated to the United States in 2005 from his native Peru after completing his Juris Doctor from the University of Piura. He earned his Masters of Law from the James E. Beasley School of Law at Temple University. Miguel is active in the community serving on several boards including the YMCA of the Greater Brandywine, The Land Conservancy of Southern Chester County, and Baker Industries. He resides in Chester County with his family.