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Brian H. Veith Appointed to Mt. Washington Savings Bank as Senior Vice President of Commercial Banking

June 13, 2014

By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Real Estate Weekly News -- The Board of Directors of Mt. Washington Savings Bank has appointed Brian H. Veith as Senior Vice President of Commercial Banking. Mr. Veith joined Mt. Washington Savings Bank from The Huntington National Bank, where he was Commercial Relationship Manager for Huntington's Middle Market Division. Mr. Veith will report directly to President & CEO Greg Niesen.

"I am thrilled to join Mt. Washington Savings Bank. The Board and Greg have built an outstanding team and I am honored to be a part of such a venerable institution who has served this region for over 125 years. We are poised for continued growth, and collectively we are committed to serving locally owned businesses. These are the companies that represent the backbone not only of the local economy, but the national economy. And, we are here to serve them," said Veith.

As Senior Vice President, Mr. Veith is responsible for the banking relationships of The Bank's commercial clients, who range in size from small businesses to middle market and commercial real estate companies. The Bank proudly serves businesses across many different industries.

Mr. Veith specializes in finding lending solutions for business clients of The Bank, to include real estate term loans, equipment finance loans, general working capital lines of credit, construction loans and SBA loans. In addition to lending solutions, Mr. Veith is also responsible for the depository and treasury management solutions for The Bank's commercial clients.

Mr. Veith is very active in the community, serving as a trustee on several non-profit boards. Additionally, Mr. Veith is a youth football coach for Cougar Football (Cardinal Pacelli, St. Mary School, St. Ursula Villa).

Mr. Veith is a graduate of The University of Notre Dame'sMendoza College of Business.

Keywords for this news article include: Real Estate, Mt. Washington Savings Bank.

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