WSFS is a member of Philanthropy Delaware.
On Jan. 1, WSFS Chairman, President and CEO Mark A. Turner turned over the reins to Rodger Levenson and became executive chairman of the company’s board of directors (with Lead Independent Director Eleuthère I. du Pont).
Turner, a lifelong resident of the Delaware Valley with a bachelor’s degree from LaSalle University and an MBA from The Wharton School, was appointed president and CEO of WSFS in April 2007 and served as in management for more than 22 years, including two decades as a member of the executive leadership team. During that time, WSFS Customers repeatedly selected WSFS as the “best bank” and a “top bank” in Delaware and Southeastern Pennsylvania.
Since the months just after the 2008 financial crisis, when the company recorded a cycle-low market valuation of approximately $100 million, WSFS’ market capitalization has increased to more than $1.7 billion — representing a total shareholder return of more than 900 percent. He took some time recently to reflect on his career for Delaware Business Times.
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