The Washington Trust Company Opens New Haven Office, Adds CRE VPs

Financial service firm The Washington Trust Company has opened a industrial lending workplace in New Haven, CT and added three vice presidents to develop and preserve industrial banking relationships all through the state.

Earnest Clayton has been appointed VP, industrial actual property.  He beforehand served as VP, senior industrial credit score analyst with Patriot Bank in Milford, CT.

Lee Fernandez has been appointed VP, industrial actual property. He beforehand served as SVP of business lending at Ion Bank in Naugatuck, CT.

Jeremy Canestri has been appointed VP, money administration. He joins The Washington Trust Company from Webster Bank, N.A.

Washington Trust has offered financing to CT companies for over 200 years and has elevated CRE and C&I financing within the New Haven/Hartford space in the previous couple of years. Most just lately, the financial institution has offered $27 million in financing to Rocky Hill Properties, LLC in Rocky Hill, CT; $16.395 million to V20 Group-related entity in Darien, CT; and $1.4 million to DCR Anderson WAG, LLC in Waterbury, CT.

Photo, l-r: Clayton, Fernandez

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