This webinar titled “The State of the Regional Lending Environment: A Moderated Discussion” was presented on Wednesday, April 7, 2021 as part of Barley Snyder’s LendiCon Virtual Event Series.
We kicked off LendiCon with a moderated panel discussion focusing on the state of the regional lending environment. In this session, local industry experts shared their perspective on the current banking environment and what they see as future challenges and opportunities in lending. They discussed a broad range of topics from loan demand, the current interest environment and the impact of the active M&A environment. The panel discussion was moderated by Paul Mattaini, partner at Barley Snyder and member of the firm’s Business and Finance & Creditors’ Rights practice groups, and featured the following panelists:
– Amy Doll, Senior Vice President, Chief Commercial Banking & Lending Officer, PeoplesBank
– Lyle Hosler, Vice President, Economic Development Company of Lancaster County
– Neal Koplin, Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Banking Officer, Lehigh Valley Region, Peoples Security Bank & Trust
– Charles “Chip” Wasson, Commercial Banking Team Leader, Northwest Bank
– Eric Williams, Chief Lending Officer, Senior & Executive Vice President, Ephrata National Bank
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