Barbara Lemieux, 2016

Tina Simpson Promoted to Assistant Vice President Position at MVSB

Tina Simpson, Assistant Vice President, Commercial Digital Small Business Lending & Credit Analyst

Christina “Tina” Simpson has been promoted to Assistant Vice President, Commercial Digital Small Business Lending & Credit Analyst for MVSB. In this role, Tina oversees MVSB’s new online small business lending system, provides the primary support for the bank’s U.S. Small Business Administration loan guarantee programs and also performs credit analysis for larger, more complex credit relationships.

“Tina is all about supporting our business clients. She was the driving force behind the implementation of our digital Business Express lending platform and she is committed to providing the best possible experience to her customers,” said Eric MacDonald, Vice President Commercial Credit Manager. “Her knowledge of our SBA loan programs is unmatched and her enthusiasm for leading this digital initiative is sure to make it successful. I am proud to promote her to this new leadership level.”

“It is amazing to be a part of such a caring team at MVSB,” said Tina. “I am so excited to introduce people to our new online business loan programs. I think they will be very pleased with how fast and easy we’ve made the application process. Bringing innovation like this to our customers makes it fun to come into work every day. I look forward to helping them succeed in their ventures.”

Tina served as a Senior Credit Analyst for MVSB prior to being promoted. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration and her Master of Business Administration degree from Southern New Hampshire University. She is also a graduate of the Northern New England School of Banking.

Tina has served as a youth soccer, basketball, and softball coach for many years and volunteers with the Make-a-Wish Foundation and Lakes Region Children’s Auction. She resides in Meredith with her husband and their two daughters. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family camping, fishing and four-wheeling.

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