Sunnybrae Mansion hosts Delmarva Peninsula Commercial Alliance event

Networking event offers forum on lending in today's market
Attending the PCA's networking event are (l-r)  Gray Warrington, Bank of Wyoming; Rich Giesler, M&T Bank; Michael McFarland, TD Bank; and Jim Barr, Shore Bank. SOURCE SUBMITTED
November 16, 2012

Sunnybrae Mansion, a Milford Southern Hospitality site, opened its doors Oct. 18 for the Delmarva Peninsula Commercial Alliance's latest networking event.

The PCA hosted a Commercial Banker's forum for the evening, surrounded by the opulence of worlds past. The top-tiered bankers included TD Bank, M&T Bank, Community Bank and Shore Bank. Each panel member discussed presubmitted questions about lending in today's market and what type of loans each specializes in, within their respective institutions.

The audience was mostly commercial practitioners, and the forum played to a packed audience. More than 35 people crowded in to one of the drawing rooms to hear the commercial panel discussion. Bill Vernon, the PCA president, acted as moderator, and people enjoyed themselves with light refreshments afterward.  The bankers offered special thank yous at the end of the evening to host family the McColleys.