Univest Bank and Trust Co.℠ Announces Promotions in Corporate Banking
SOUDERTON, Pa., August 5,
2011 - Univest
Corporation (listed on NASDAQ:
UVSP), parent company of Univest Bank and Trust
Co.SM, a full-service financial institution with 135
years of experience in delivering financial solutions including
personal and business banking, online banking,
residential mortgages, insurance products, investment and wealth
advisory solutions*, announced the promotions of Philip C. Jackson
to president, corporate banking, and Michael J. Fox to executive
vice president, corporate banking.
"As a leader in our industry, Phil has extensive industry
experience and has contributed greatly to Univest and our
customers," said K. Leon Moyer, president and chief executive
officer of Univest Bank and Trust Co.SM "I am confident
in his ability to grow the business."
Jackson joined Univest in 2005 and most recently held the title
of market president for Montgomery County and the Lehigh Valley. In
his new position as president of corporate banking, he is
responsible for leading a team of five executives responsible for
sales and relationship management across business segments
including large corporate, middle market, small corporate, cash
management, government services and private banking. Jackson will
report to K. Leon Moyer. Jackson serves as President of the Board
for the State of Pennsylvania Area Council of the Boys and Girls
Clubs, a board member of Lutheran Community at Telford and the
Allentown Symphony and is a member of the National Area Council for
the Boys and Girls Club of America and the Philadelphia Cricket
Club. Jackson has 30 years of experience in the financial services
industry and currently resides in Upper Gwynedd.
Fox joined Univest in 2009 and most recently held the title of
senior vice president and senior relationship manager. In his new
role as executive vice president of corporate banking, he is
responsible for sales management of the large corporate segment in
addition to managing cash management and government
services.Â Fox will report to Philip C. Jackson. Fox serves
as supervisor for Montgomery Township and is a Eucharistic Minister
at Mary, Mother of the Redeemer Parish. He has more than 20 years
of experience in the financial services industry and currently
resides in Montgomery Township.
"Mike's proven success in growing the large corporate segment
and commitment to customer excellence complement our organization's
values," said Jackson.
*Investment and insurance products are
offered through Univest Investments, Inc., member FINRA/SIPC, and
Univest Insurance, Inc., licensed non-bank subsidiaries of Univest
Corporation of Pennsylvania.
About Univest Corporation
Headquartered in Souderton, Pennsylvania, Univest Corporation of
Pennsylvania (www.univest.net) and its subsidiaries serve the
financial needs of residents, businesses, and nonprofit
organizations in Bucks, Chester, Montgomery and Lehigh counties.
Univest Bank and Trust Co.SM, a member of the FDIC and
an Equal Housing Lender, offers customers 32 financial
service centers, 12 retirement financial services centers, and
39 ATM locations throughout the region, and is the parent company
of Univest Capital, Inc., a small ticket
commercial finance business; Univest Insurance, Inc., an independent
insurance agency headquartered in Lansdale, Pa., which serves commercial and
personal customers; and Univest Investments, Inc., a member of
FINRA and SIPC and a full-service broker-dealer and investment
advisory firm. For more information on Univest Corporation of
Pennsylvania and its subsidiaries, please visit www.univest.net.