WSFS Hires Former Wells Fargo Relationship Managers for Commercial Banking Team
JAN 5, 2021 - 6:52 am
WSFS Bank, the primary subsidiary of WSFS Financial, expanded its commercial banking team in the Greater Philadelphia region with the addition of three commercial lending relationship managers, including Kimberly Godshall, Duane Lacsamana and Scott Woll Jr., who will report to Patrick Fisher, senior vice president and Philadelphia team lead of commercial banking for WSFS.
“These additions to our commercial banking team are part of our strategic investment in the Philadelphia region and part of our commitment to help fuel its economic growth,” Steve Clark, executive vice president and chief commercial banking officer for WSFS, said. “Adding depth to our talent bench will offer customers a diverse and well-rounded team with deep local market knowledge.”
Godshall has nearly 25 years of experience in banking and financial services. She was most recently senior vice president and principal relationship manager at Wells Fargo, where she developed and managed a business banking portfolio and worked cross-functionally on client needs for commercial lines of credit, mortgages, treasury management and loans.
Lacsamana joined WSFS with more than a decade of experience in commercial banking. Most recently, he served as vice president and principal relationship manager at Wells Fargo, where he acquired new clients, built relationships, provided cash flow solutions and managed a portfolio of businesses.
Woll Jr. has 16 years of experience as a commercial banking relationship manager. Prior to joining WSFS, he was a vice president and commercial relationship manager at Wells Fargo, where he was responsible for the development and cultivation of new business, providing lending and cash flow solutions and managing a portfolio of loans, treasury services and deposits in the Greater Philadelphia region.
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