BERLIN, MD (August 22, 2019) – Taylor Bank is proud to announce that Cory Walsh, Assistant Vice President, Loan and Business Development Officer, recently graduated with Honors from Maryland Banking School, a 3-year banking school provided by the Maryland Bankers Association.
“We make it a priority to invest in the future of Taylor Bank, and that means ensuring that our employees are exposed to educational programs and continuing professional development such as the Maryland Banking School,” said Raymond M. Thompson, President and CEO. “We are proud of Cory’s success, and we thank him for his hard work and dedication to this program for the past three years. I know he will utilize the knowledge and experience he gained to continue to serve the bank well.”
Organized in 1975, the Maryland Banking School provides a planned environment for the study of banking tailored to meet the needs of Maryland banks. It emphasizes developing leadership, managerial and technical skills, and creating a resource network. During the last year, students work in teams to run their own virtual bank through a computer-based bank simulation called BankExec. Students graduate with a well-rounded understanding of the cause-and-effect resulting from each decision made in their effort to run a profitable bank.
Mr. Walsh joined Taylor Bank in June of 2012 and is responsible for loan generation, business development, and client relationship management in the Sussex County and northern Worcester County markets. He is a graduate of Salisbury University with a Bachelor of Science in Finance.