EVB, an independent, full-service community bank serving eastern and central Virginia, has launched its new private banking division. EVB Private Banking provides sophisticated, strategic and comprehensive banking and wealth management solutions for high net worth customers.
As part of EVB's commitment to superior customer service, its private banking group will offer unparalleled service to clients who require full-time wealth and money management. Services include investment advice, portfolio management, wealth structuring and estate planning, among others. Private Banking addresses a client's entire financial situation. The focus is on protecting and growing assets in the present, providing specialized financing solutions, planning retirement and passing wealth on to future generations.
"EVB is always implementing new ways to be more meaningful to our customers, and helping customers manage their assets through private banking takes client service to a new level," said Mark Hanna, EVB Regional President, Tidewater Region. "EVB Private Banking is currently available to clients throughout the Tidewater region, including Gloucester, Gloucester Point, Hampton, Newport News and Williamsburg, with plans to extend in to the Richmond market later this year."
EVB has appointed Williamsburg resident Bonnie Selwaeh to lead EVB Private Banking. Selwaeh brings more than 20 years of banking experience, particularly with high net worth client relationships.
"EVB Private Banking offers a new banking approach for clients in the Tidewater area who maintain substantial assets," said Selwaeh. "We pride ourselves on the many benefits we offer as a community bank, including thoughtful personal attention to our customers' unique needs and expectations. Now there are even more benefits to reap with EVB Private Banking."
Selwaeh, a senior vice president, previously served as a premier client manager at Bank of America and a private advisor in the wealth division of BB&T. Her expertise in private banking and client relationships makes her a valuable asset to EVB and its clients. "I'm thrilled to lead EVB Private Banking at a great time for strong community banks," Selwaeh said. "As a community bank, we are passionate about excellent customer service, giving back to the community and working together with our clients to build trusted, lasting relationships."
For more information, visit www.evbprivatebanking.com.
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