Bryn Mawr, Pa., March 19, 2015 – Bryn Mawr Bank Corporation (NASDAQ: BMTC), (the “Corporation”), parent of The Bryn Mawr Trust Company (the “Bank”), today announced the hiring of four additional mortgage banking professionals as part of a strategic initiative to expand their presence in the residential mortgage business. The newest members of the Bryn Mawr Trust’s Mortgage Department have a combined work experience of more than 75 years.
The new team members are:
Thomas S. Forker, Vice President, has management responsibility for Bryn Mawr Trust’s residential mortgage sales team. He has twenty six years’ experience with expertise in sales, training and regulatory compliance. Tom was most recently with Firstrust Bank, and has also managed residential mortgage programs at other Philadelphia area banks including; Harleysville National Bank, Citizens Bank and Commonwealth Bank.
Cathy Young, Vice President, is an experienced mortgage professional and a recipient of the Five Star Mortgage Professional Award from 2011 to 2014.The Award recognizes mortgage professionals who score the highest ratings in overall customer satisfaction. Cathy has over 17 years’ experience and was, for the past 13 ½ years, at First Niagara Bank. She is an affiliate member of the Montgomery County Association of Realtors.
Andrew J. Krider, Vice President, excels in developing long-lasting client relationships as a result of his commitment to providing superior client service and satisfaction. He has more than 17 years of mortgage banking experience and he has been a sales leader throughout his career. Andrew is an affiliate member of the Suburban West Realtor Association and Home Builders Association of Chester and Delaware Counties. He is an active member of the community and a serves on the Boards of several community non-profit organizations.
Anne Stulpin, Vice President, has over 17 years of mortgage banking experience and has been a top producer throughout her career. Anne was most recently with Citizens Bank, Norristown, PA and has worked at other local financial institutions including Superior Mortgage Corp., National City Mortgage. Gateway Funding and TBI Mortgage.
“I am delighted to add such outstanding mortgage banking professionals to our team. Successful seasoned professionals with superior product knowledge, a singular focus for delivering exceptional service and customer satisfaction is our legacy and what has made us a proven leader in providing banking services for over 125 year,” said Frank Leto, President and CEO.
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