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28 days ago

Senior Credit Analyst II

M&T Bank Lake Oswego, OR

---Assists Relationship Manager(s) in underwriting, funding and managing CRE loans, including maintaining files on Commercial Loan Approval System… CareerBuilder


4 days ago

Wholesale Account Executive

M&T Bank Lake Oswego, OR

Manage a geographical territory consisting of 30-50 existing wholesale mortgage customers. Travel to customer's business locations on a regular basis… CareerBuilder


17 hrs ago

Mortgage Originator – new

M&T Bank Lake Oswego, OR

Interviews applicants to collect and analyze information regarding their income, assets, debts and credit data as well as their needs, desires, and… CareerBuilder


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M&T Bank Chairman and CEO, M&T Bank Corporation and M&T Bank Bob Wilmers
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    Good company, tweak management.

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    Current Employee - Mortgage Lender  in  Portland, OR
    Current Employee - Mortgage Lender in Portland, OR

    I have been working at M&T Bank

    Pros

    It really is a good company. They really strive to be favorable to their employees and needs. The atmosphere is good and more like a family type of environment and people work well with each other and want to be there.

    Cons

    The company isn’t perfect, because it can be hard to move up in the system. If you are a superstar, you will do well, if you are mediocre, then you are just buying your time till it is time for you to move on.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    I think like most large banking companies, being in touch with employees, isn’t the greatest. Looking at statistics and numbers do not give you a good read of satisfaction. I think it is more middle management trying to protect their status and not reporting the true feel in the offices to keep upper management in touched.

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