Dutton Succeeds Hasson as WSFS Director of Community Reinvestment



Ron Dutton joined WSFS Bank as senior vice president and director of Community Reinvestment with oversight of the bank’s Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) program.

In this role, Dutton will interact with community leaders and government officials. He will represent WSFS in civic, community, and other functions to enhance the bank’s partnerships and commitment to all residents and entities within the neighborhoods it serves.

Dutton joins WSFS Bank following the retirement of former WSFS associate and director of Community Reinvestment, Terri Hasson.

“Ron’s background and knowledge in community development, and business, government, and relationship banking, as well as his familiarity with the communities we serve in the Greater Delaware Valley, will be tremendous assets in growing the Bank’s CRA programs and initiatives,” said Rick Wright, WSFS executive vice president and chief retail officer. “We welcome him to WSFS and look forward to the community investments that Ron will initiate as our CRA lead.”

Dutton’s career includes nearly 20 years with Wells Fargo, where he held numerous positions in government guaranteed lending, community reinvestment, business banking, and government and institutional banking. He also has significant experience in commercial banking, CRA risk and compliance, relationship management, reputation risk management, credit, and public and private sector finance.

He serves on the Board of the African American Chamber of Commerce of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware, and the loan committee for True Access Capital. He resides in Montgomery County, PA.

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