Feb. 14, 2013
-- [Reston, VA] [February 14, 2013] – Today John Marshall Bank, one of the fastest-growing community banks in the Washington metro area, announced the addition of Matthew Korosi to its business development team. Mr. Korosi, Vice President Cash Management, will be based in John Marshall Bank’s Reston office.
“Matthew Korosi is a tremendous addition to our business development team,” said Bill Ridenour, President of John Marshall Bank. “Matthew places an emphasis on seeing to the needs of customers. This fits well with John Marshall Bank’s customer first philosophy.”
Korosi brings over 20 years of experience in the banking industry. Prior to joining John Marshall Bank, he was vice president-relationship manager at MainStreet Bank, where he excelled at business development. “Matthew enjoys a strong portfolio and his expertise in cash management is impressive,”
“I appreciate the value John Marshall Bank places on relationships with their customers and know it is a significant aspect of their incredible growth. I am delighted to be joining John Marshall Bank for this reason and to have the chance to work with their great banking team throughout the Washington, DC metropolitan area,” said Korosi.
Matthew holds his master’s in business administration from the University of Pittsburgh, Katz Graduate School of Business. He lives in Falls Church and is active in the community.
The addition of new talent like Matthew Korosi is being seen as a demonstration of John Marshall Bank’s strength as a well-run bank that is meeting the challenges of today’s economy. The bank has five branches throughout the Washington, DC metropolitan area, with plans for a sixth branch in Alexandria. The bank also has a loan production office in Alexandria and one in the District of Columbia.
John Marshall Bank first opened to the public under that name in May 2008. Since that time, customer service, satisfaction, and success have inspired the bank’s leaders who have helped it to grow into one of the areas most respected and well capitalized banks.