Tim Dempsey, Manasquan Bank VP, Credit Manager, Completes ABA Stonier Graduate School of Banking ProgramJuly 21, 2017

Tim Dempsey - Manasquan Bank VP, Credit ManagerManasquan Bank VP, Credit Manager, Tim Dempsey, has earned a Stonier Diploma and University of Pennsylvania Wharton School of Business Leadership Certificate after completing the American Bankers Association (ABA) Stonier Graduate School of Banking program, America’s premier executive education program for today’s banking leaders.

Dempsey and more than 200 professionals representing banking institutions across the U.S. received their diplomas and certificates during a graduation ceremony in the Irvine Auditorium at the University of Pennsylvania on June 8, 2017.

Stonier is an intensive three-year program designed to prepare senior-level bankers for the decision-making and oversight required to navigate the ever-changing banking environment, address high-level management issues and implement effective solutions. In conjunction with the ABA banking courses, leadership courses are taught by esteemed Wharton faculty. These courses are initially focused on individual leadership styles, skill sets and development, progressing to more complex managerial and leadership solutions at the enterprise level.

Dempsey is a ten-year-plus banking professional who has spent the majority of his career with Manasquan Bank. He joined the bank’s commercial lending department as a credit analyst in 2008, and was promoted to Portfolio Manager en route to his current role as Vice President, Credit Manager. Prior to completing the Stonier program, he earned an MBA from Monmouth University, and an undergraduate degree in business administration from the State University of New York at Buffalo.

“Tim has grown tremendously over his nine years with our institution,” said Manasquan Bank President and CEO James S. Vaccaro. “His completion of the Stonier program is a direct reflection of his commitment to our customers and the future of Manasquan Bank. Our entire team congratulates him on his newest accolades.”

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