TSB Appoints Carolina Vera as Vice President, Commercial Lending
Torrington Savings Bank has appointed Carolina Vera as the new VP, Commercial Loan Officer.
Carolina has over 14 years of banking experience, having held various roles in retail banking, investment banking and commercial lending. Her most recent role was VP, Commercial Loan Officer at Savings Bank of Danbury, serving the Greater Danbury and NY Markets. Some of her areas of expertise are in commercial real estate financing, construction, C&I and SBA Lending. Prior to that she held several roles with Newtown Savings Bank, People’s United Bank and J.P. Morgan Chase Bank.
In her role, Carolina will be responsible for commercial lending activities for Fairfield County and surrounding towns.
Mrs. Vera holds an International Business Associates Degree, SBA Lender designation by the National Association of Government Guaranteed Lenders (NAGGL), and formal credit and commercial lending training from the Connecticut Bankers Association (CBA). She is also dedicated to her community with various volunteer efforts which include Board President for Renewal House and is a member of various professional networking groups.
She currently resides in the town of New Fairfield with her husband, two children and their rescue dogs.
Paul Larsen, TSB Chief Lending Officer stated “Carolina brings a wealth of experience and a solid background to her new position in Commercial Lending. We are thrilled to welcome her to the TSB team!”
Lesa Vanotti, President & Chief Executive Officer added “Carolina’s talents, specifically her expertise with SBA lending, will further strengthen TSB’s ability to meet the credit needs of businesses of all sizes in our community.”
Posted on: Wednesday September 21, 2022View All TSB News
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