Richard Meares, president of Fleetwood Bank, recently announced the appointment of Georgette Krick as private banking officer and Timothy A. Day as business development officer.
The two new positions were created to develop long-term customer relationships, with an emphasis on personalized service for individual and commercial customers.
As private banking officer, Krick will head up the Bank's newly-formed Private Banking Division, a service offered to high net worth individuals.ˆ The new division provides individualized banking services with a focus on facilitating loans while providing priority management of core accounts to qualifying customers.
Krick joined the bank in March and has been instrumental in developing the Private Banking program and introducing it to the public. Prior to joining Fleetwood Bank, Krick served as the retail branch banking manager of the Wyomissing Office and as a business banking relationship manager for Sovereign Bank, with a focus on relationship management and enhanced service to high net worth customers.ˆ ˆ
Krick was also with M&T Bank, where she focused on business banking.ˆ She is a 30-year banking industry professional with extensive experience in retail and business banking, as well as relationship management.
Timothy Day joined the Bank in April as business development officer.ˆ He is responsible for strengthening banking relationships with current commercial customers and for developing new commercial relationships, with a focus on business lending.
Day is a seasoned banker whose career began in 1968.ˆ He has held diverse key positions with Hamilton Bank, National Bank of Boyertown, Meridian Bank, and National Penn Bank, where he was named regional president for the Central Region of National Penn Bank through the banking industry's 2009-2010 economic crises.ˆ During his tenure at Meridian Bank beginning in 1985, Day was named head of the Private Banking Department for Berks and Schuylkill counties.
Over the next 11 years, Day grew the department as both a concept and a profit center, and helped to establish private banking as the new industry-wide standard in high net-worth banking.
Krick, a resident of Cumru Township, is currently board president of the Yocum Institute for Arts Education, Wyomissing.
Day is a resident of Rockland Township. He is currently a board member of Hawk Mountain Boy Scouts.