Newsmakers: Banking and Finance
Businesses featured this week: Metro Bank, National Penn Bancshares Inc., Orrstown Bank, Wells Fargo & Co.
San Francisco-based Wells Fargo & Co. named Antonio Pelosi district manager of its Mid Central district, which includes Dauphin and Lebanon counties. He will be based in Harrisburg and manage retail business. He was store manager of the Fairgrounds branch in Berks County. He has a bachelor's degree in finance from Temple University.
Berks County-based National Penn Bancshares Inc. named Michael L. Stern a vice president and relationship manager with the private banking group in its Lancaster region. He was a branch relationship manager with Susquehanna Bank. He has 16 years of banking experience and an associate degree in business administration from Elizabethtown College.
Swatara Township-based Metro Bank named Lauren Kohr its anti-money laundering, Bank Secrecy Act and Office of Foreign Assets Control director. She was an AML/BSA audit supervisor with the internal audit services department. Previously, she reviewed AML/BSA/OFAC compliance programs at various institutions with Financial Outsourcing Solutions. She has a degree in accounting from Arizona State University.
Shippensburg-based Orrstown Bank named Zach Flynn senior vice president and director of commercial real estate lending. He was a regional senior loan officer and special assets group director. He has more than 25 years of experience, including 15 years in commercial real estate lending. Stephen Goodrich was named a vice president and commercial real estate lender for business development in the West Shore, Harrisburg, York and Lancaster areas. He has nearly 10 years of experience, most recently as a commercial relationship manager with Susquehanna Bank. Mike Line was named an assistant vice president and commercial real estate lender for southern Pennsylvania and Maryland markets, based in Hagerstown, Md. He has more than 16 years of banking experience.