3rd Fed Bank Hires Anthony DeLuca as CLO

3rd Fed Bank announced that it has hired Anthony DeLuca as Vice President, Commercial Loan Officer. In his new role, Mr. DeLuca will be responsible for the following areas: Mercer County, and New Egypt in Ocean County, New Jersey.

He brings to 3rd Fed Bank several years of experience in the Anthony DeLuca 3rd Fed Bankbanking industry. Prior to joining 3rd Fed Bank, Mr. DeLuca served Investors Bank as Vice President, Business Lending. He also held different executive level positions at Citizens Bank and Bank of America. The new VP is known for his expertise in commercial lending, small business lending, and credit analysis.

3rd Fed Bank is excited to have Mr. DeLuca on board. Joe Kitlas, Senior Vice President, Commercial Loan Officer of 3rd Fed Bank, said additions to the staff are part of the Bank’s plan for an extended coverage in several markets. He is confident that Mr. DeLuca will strengthen the support team dedicated to businesses in the communities they serve.

Presently, Mr. DeLuca is a member of the Business Advisory Council. He obtained his Bachelor’s degree in Finance from Rider University.

About 3rd Fed Bank
Founded in 1921, 3rd Fed Bank is headquartered in Newtown, Pennsylvania. It operates 18 branch offices in Bucks, Burlington, Mercer, Ocean, and Philadelphia counties. The Bank offers a full line of banking solutions with a personalized use of an area bank. 3rd Fed Bank was named a leader of Jobs Now Best Places to Work by PhillyBurbs, and Top Workplace by Philly.com in 2013 and 2014. The Intelligencer newspaper awarded 3rd Fed Bank The Best of Bucks Mont (Banks), and the Bucks County Courier Times named it as Best Mortgage Lender. To learn more about the 3rd Fed Bank, visit the website www.3rdfedbank.com.

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