Wilmington Trust hires Bobby Weil to expand U.S. credit agency business

WILMINGTON, Del., June 14, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Wilmington Trust, a leader in trust services to businesses and institutions, announced today Bobby weil will join the firm as Vice President and Director of Intermediate Administration of US Lending Agencies. In this role, Weil will focus on improving technological efficiency to expand Wilmington Trust’s agency services.

“We are delighted that Bobby is joining our team,” said Meditated Vucic, responsible for credit agency services in the United States. “His specialized experience in the syndicated loan market, his solid operational background and his proven leadership will be an excellent addition to support the growth of the lending agency business in the United States as we continue to innovate in our service offerings. . ”

“It’s wonderful to see someone with Bobby’s expertise join our already talented team of credit agencies. His insights will help further our mission of offering clients fully customized solutions, especially for complex transactions, ”said Abby Mrozinski, Head of Global Capital Markets.

With nearly 20 years of experience in the financial services industry, Weil most recently served as a senior sales executive at FIS Global. Prior to working there, Weil spent over 15 years at BNY Mellon helping to grow its private label lending agency business and held a number of positions including Service Agent, Syndicated Credit Operations Manager, Senior Manager of Transactions for Syndicated Products, Head of Middle Office Loan Administration, Senior Director of Corporate Trust Relations and Director of Commercial Mortgage Services.

“I am very excited to join the Wilmington Trust team of experts and have always been impressed with their community-driven mindset,” said Weil, “I am passionate about staying up to date. ‘forward-thinking and delighted to bring my market loan experience to the team, so that we can continue to serve our clients with the highest quality knowledge and service available. ”

Wilmington Trust is a leading provider of loan services, including independent loan agency services, for some of the largest and most complex restructurings in the United States and Europe. Its diverse portfolio ranges from bilateral loans to heavily syndicated loans with more than 950 lenders. Playing a non-lender role, the firm acts as a neutral and impartial agent for new creations and the appointments of successors. The permanent staff combined with financial stability and quality of service make Wilmington Trust the agent of choice for banks, funds, debt counselors and lawyers who need an independent agent. Wilmington Trust is proud to be part of the M&T family of companies, one of the strongest and most financially successful companies in the financial services industry in the United States, with 141 billion dollars on the assets side of the balance sheet in Q1 2021.

To learn more about Wilmington Trust’s loan agency capabilities, visit the Company’s Lending Agency Services webpage.

ON WILMINGTON CONFIDENCE
Wilmington Trust, NA provides corporate and institutional services including trust, agency, asset management, pension plan, agency, asset management and administrative services to clients around the world that use capital market funding structures. Wilmington Trust provides direct trust, custody and trustee services for pension plans, businesses, foundations, organizations and financial institutions.

Wilmington Trust also provides wealth advisory services with a wide range of personal trust, financial planning, fiduciary, asset management and family office solutions designed to help high net worth individuals and families develop, preserve and transfer their heritage.

Wilmington Trust has offices everywhere United States and internationally in London, Paris, Dublin, and Frankfurt. For more information, visit www.WilmingtonTrust.com.

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