Titolo joins Fulton Bank as senior portfolio manager
John Titolo joined Fulton Bank in January 2023 as senior portfolio manager.
In his new role, he will manage portfolios and credit relationships through underwriting, policy knowledge, credit structuring and risk assessment in complex credit request packages for businesses in the Northern New Jersey market. He is also responsible for helping his team achieve sales results and portfolio growth.
Titolo brings 31 years of commercial banking experience to the bank. He has served in various roles ranging from credit analyst to portfolio manager and senior relationship manager at various banks including the Bank of Milan, Bank of America, Valley National Bank, PNC and M&T Bank. He earned his MBA from Long Island University and a Bachelor of Science from the Rochester Institute of Technology, and currently resides in Boonton.
“We have had increasing success expanding in Northern New Jersey and we continue to add talent to help fuel growth in that market. John knows the market well having been based there for over 30 years. Not only does he bring deep credit and portfolio management experience, but he brings his network,” said Lou Lombardi, senior vice president and regional commercial executive for Fulton Bank. “We’re thrilled to welcome John to the Fulton family and are confident that his talent and experience will drive growth and success in this market.”
Headquartered in Lancaster, Pa., Fulton Bank is a premier community bank in the Mid-Atlantic region. As a subsidiary of Fulton Financial Corp., a $26 billion financial services holding company, Fulton Bank offers a broad array of products and services at more than 200 financial centers across Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware and Virginia. Fulton Bank holds the 15th largest production agriculture commercial bank portfolio in the United States. Fulton Bank seeks to change lives for the better by building strong customer relationships, providing significant community support and empowering more than 3,200 employees to do the same.