Sterling Appoints Grasinger as VP/MD of Public Finance
JAN 13, 2017 - 7:27 am
Troy Grasinger joined Sterling National Bank’s Public Finance team as managing director and vice president, covering the eastern portion of the U.S. Grasinger will be based in Columbus, OH and will report to Michael Horkey, senior managing director at Sterling.
Grasinger will be responsible for managing and developing client relationships and building on Sterling’s portfolio of products and services, including loans, deposits and other offerings. He will also be responsible for maintaining loan quality, supporting underwriting, portfolio administration and cash management functions, and ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements.
Grasinger has extensive experience in municipal finance, corporate finance, personal finance and financial management. He was most recently a municipal sales executive at Huntington National Bank, where he was responsible for growing and maintaining a portfolio of private placement municipal debt in Southern Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky. Prior to that, he was a senior analyst at Huntington, where he performed credit and risk analysis for the government banking department. Grasinger has held analyst and portfolio management positions at BOK Financial and Union Bank.
“Troy is a great addition to our team,” said David Bagatelle, executive vice president and president-New York Metro Market at Sterling. “His broad experience in municipal finance and corporate banking will be great assets for Sterling as we look to expand our client base, build on our service offerings and continue to provide our clients with high-touch services on a national level.”
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