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Beneficial Bancorp, Inc. Announces First Quarter Results and Cash Dividend to Shareholders

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Gerry joined Beneficial as President and CEO in 2006. Gerry is a banking veteran of more than 30 years with broad management and senior leadership experience.

In his role, Gerry directs Beneficial’s efforts to provide customers with education and resources to help them to do the right thing financially. During his tenure, he has moved Beneficial forward by taking the bank fully public, and leading several acquisitions, including the acquisition of St. Edmond’s Federal Savings Bank in 2012. 

Committed to improving the communities that Beneficial serves, Gerry is on the boards of the Foreign Policy Research Institute, the Philadelphia Union League, the Barnes Foundation and Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia Community Depository Institution Advisory Council.

Gerry holds a B.A. in Economics from Villanova University and earned his MBA at St. Joseph’s University.

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Tom joined Beneficial as CFO in 2010, and is responsible for the overall financial operation of the bank, leading the Accounting, Finance, Investor Relations and Securities / Funds Management departments. Tom partners with Beneficial’s CEO in the development and execution of the bank’s strategic plan with a strong focus on overall profitability and growth of the company.

Tom has more than 24 years of experience in managing the financial risks of major companies, as well as strategic financial planning and reporting.

Tom holds a B.S. in Accounting from the University of Delaware and has received his CPA.


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Joe leads the Bank’s Credit Risk Management for Commercial Lending, Consumer Lending, and Residential Mortgages.

Joe has over thirty years of banking experience and has held leadership positions in both Commercial Lending and Commercial Credit. He joined Beneficial Bank in 2014 as Senior Credit Officer for Commercial Lending and was named Chief Credit Officer in March 2015. Joe is Credit Risk Certified through RMA.

 Joe holds a B.S. in Economics from Villanova University and a Masters of Business Administration in Finance from St. Joseph’s University.


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As Chief Administration Officer, Joanne plays an instrumental role in the execution of Beneficial’s strategic vision.  She oversees functional areas including deposit and lending operations, information technology, brand, marketing and communications, education and development, human resources, community relations, and the customer contact center.

In her ten years with Beneficial, Joanne has been a key architect of the bank’s growth and brand evolution. She played a key role in the bank successful transition to a fully public company in 2015. Additionally, she was responsible for the successful mergers and integration of Conestoga Bank and St. Edmond’s Bank.  Under Joanne’s leadership, Beneficial became known as the bank that always does what is right, focusing on financial education via customer conversations and the campus banking model. She led digital initiatives, launching the bank’s mobile banking, tablet banking and remote deposit capture platforms, as well as most recently launching a new responsive design website for Beneficial. Joanne is passionate about fostering a strong corporate culture and employee satisfaction, culminating in progressively higher employee satisfaction and engagement ratings, and Top Workplaces 2015, 2016, 2017 recognition by

Joanne has over twenty years of experience in the financial services industry. Prior to joining Beneficial, Joanne held Marketing roles of increasing responsibility at Commerce Bank and Firstrust Bank.

She is passionate about community involvement, formalizing Beneficial’s employee volunteer program during her tenure. Beneficial’s Blue-Gooders dedicate more than 5,000 service hours annually. Joanne is a member of the Pennsylvania Conference for Women’s board, Speak Up! board, as well as works closely with Beneficial’s Risk, Compensation, Governance and CRA/Foundation Board Committees.

Joanne earned her Bachelor of Arts in Communications from the Pennsylvania State University, and her MBA at Villanova University. She resides in Cherry Hill, NJ with her husband and son.


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Marty leads the bank’s lending efforts, and is responsible for developing new client relationships and brand awareness strategies.

A seasoned leader, Marty has spent more than 25 years developing relationships with local business owners and real estate entrepreneurs. He joined Beneficial in 2011 to build the bank’s commercial lending business while enhancing the bank’s overall credit approach. Marty was named Chief Credit Officer in 2012, and to his current role as Chief Lending Officer in 2015.

Marty has been a speaker at the Risk Management Association (RMA) National Conference, and serves the community in events and activities of interest.

Marty holds a Masters of Business Administration in Finance and a B.A. from St. Joseph’s University.

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Pamela M. Cyr is Executive Vice President and Chief Retail Banking Officer for Beneficial Bank. In this role, Pam oversees Beneficial’s retail operations in Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey, and manages residential, consumer and cash management sales departments.

Pam has thirty years of progressive leadership experience in the financial services industry. Prior to her current role, Pam was President and Chief Executive Officer of St. Edmond’s Federal Savings Bank through its acquisition by Beneficial in 2012. She has also served as Chief Financial Officer at Susquehanna Patriot Bank and Roxborough-Manayunk Bank, Controller of Commerce Capital Markets and Audit Manager at Deloitte & Touche LLP. Pam is a Certified Public Accountant and member of the AICPA and PICPA, and a graduate of LaSalle University.

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1818 Beneficial Bank Place
1818 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103

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Routing No: 236075689

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