Marquette Savings Bank Announces Two New Additions to its Business Banking Team
The Business Banking Division of Marquette Savings Bank announces the addition of two business banking representatives to its team: Katrina Vincent and Daniel Walsh.
Katrina Vincent joins Marquette at its main office in downtown Erie. She brings 16 years of leadership experience in project management, economic development and commercial real estate. Most recently, Vincent served as Vice President of Real Estate & Chief Operating Officer for the City of Corry and Erie County Redevelopment authorities. She had been President & CEO of the Economic Development Corporation of Erie County/Develop Erie.
Vincent earned a master’s degree in Public Administration from Gannon University and a Bachelor of Arts in Politics with a concentration in International Relations from Messiah College. Her extensive community service includes membership on several boards including the PA Economic Development Association and UPMC Board of Corporators.
Daniel Walsh joins the Business Banking Division at Marquette’s South Main Street office in Meadville, Pa. He previously worked in banking for 11 years, most recently as a Vice President of business banking. He also served as a Commercial Relationship Manager.
Walsh earned a master’s degree in Business Administration from Penn State Behrend and a Bachelor of Science in Economics degree from Edinboro University. His community work includes board memberships at the Edinboro University Foundation and the National Tooling and Machining Association.
Responsibilities of Vincent and Walsh at Marquette include business development, relationship management and financial analysis of client businesses. Their extensive experience will have an immediate impact for Marquette’s business banking customers.
Marquette Savings Bank is a community bank with more than $860 million in assets, maintaining 12 locations in Erie and Crawford counties. In operation since 1908, Marquette is highly regarded for its relationship banking approach and financial strength. Marquette consistently ranked among the very best financial institutions: a 5-star ranking for safety and soundness from BauerFinancial, Inc.; an Excellence Rating for overall financial strength from Weiss Ratings; and a top 15th percentile ranking among community banks for balancing risk and reward from Seifried & Brew, LLC.
For the second straight year, Marquette Savings Bank was ranked as one of the Best Places to Work in Pennsylvania. That ranking was further reinforced when American Banker magazine ranked Marquette as one of the Best Banks to Work for in 2018. As “The Hometown Bank,” Marquette’s customer-first focus, responsiveness, and ability to make location decisions continue to drive commercial and personal bank growth. That’s why we are here. To make a difference.