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Bryn Mawr Trust Names New CRA Mortgage Lender

Phil Hall
Jun 27, 2019
The Bryn Mawr Trust Co. (BMT) has hired Pedro Nicolas Velecico was appointed CRA mortgage lender for their mortgage division

The Bryn Mawr Trust Co. (BMT) has hired Pedro Nicolas Velecico as CRA mortgage lender for their mortgage division. He will be based at the company’s headquarters in Bryn Mawr, Pa.
Velecico was previously vice president of commercial lending at Brass Financial Group. Earlier in his career, he was business development manager at The Money Store. Velecico is also a certified Spanish translator/interpreter with the state of New Jersey.
“Helping buyers realize their homeownership dreams is an important way we invest in our community,” said Tom Forker, senior vice president and director of mortgage lending. “Pedro’s experience and drive to put homeownership within reach for everyone, focusing on low- and moderate-income individuals, has been a trademark of his career.”

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