National Bank of Middlebury promotes Charlotte woman
MIDDLEBURY — National Bank of Middlebury has announced the promotion of Meaghan W. McLaughlin to assistant vice president, business community lender. McLaughlin’s main focus will be commercial lending in the Middlebury area.
McLaughlin joined the National Bank of Middlebury in early 2010, starting as a credit analyst. Overall, she has worked in the banking industry for fifteen years, including roles in residential lending and commercial underwriting for National Bank of Middlebury. She graduated from Bucknell University with a bachelor of arts in economics. In the past, she has worked for Citigroup and Morgan Stanley.
“I’m very excited to continue supporting Vermont’s economy by working with businesses in our community in my role as a Business Community Lender. I am pleased to work with a wonderful team and to represent NBM, a community bank deeply dedicated to supporting the local economy,” says McLaughlin.
Currently, McLaughlin resides in Charlotte with her husband Ethan and son Lincoln. She serves as the Treasurer of HOPE (Helping Overcome Poverty’s Effects). She enjoys spending free time with her family, cooking, skiing and gardening.
Founded in 1831, National Bank of Middlebury is a local community bank with offices in Middlebury, Brandon, Bristol, Hinesburg and Vergennes. National Bank of Middlebury is committed to the economic well-being of the communities it serves, and prides itself in taking the extra step to help make loan and other banking services easier and more efficient. Learn more at nbmvt.com.
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