Daniel Astolfi (EVP) is the Eastern Mid-Atlantic Region Market Executive responsible for all Corporate Banking and Not for Profit Banking for Citizens Bank. The Eastern Mid-Atlantic Region includes the following geographies: Pennsylvania (East of Harrisburg), Central New Jersey and South, the State of Delaware and the Greater Baltimore, MD region. Clients served include Corporate and Commercial banking companies with revenues ranging from $25 Million to $500 Million (Commercial Banking) and Mid-Corporate clients with revenues ranging from $500 Million to $2.5 Billion. Additionally, Dan has responsibility for the Region’s Not for Profit business—which includes Human Service organizations, Higher Education, Retirement Communities, and Not for Profit Healthcare. He also manages the Bank’s Foreign Corporate and Professionals Banking groups. Dan has over 35 years of banking industry experience, with the last 17 years at Citizens Bank.
Responsibilities include managing various teams whose primary responsibility is servicing, building and growing relationships with a network of clients in varied industries, including Manufacturing, Distribution, Service, Transportation and Logistics, Chemical, Higher Education, Retirement Communities, etc. In addition to client coverage, Dan is also responsible for growing market share and adding value to each client relationship by introducing information and products of value and providing financing solutions to help clients achieve their strategic objectives.
Dan maintains offices in both Fort Washington, PA as well as Philadelphia, PA.
Dan is active in the community, and serves as a volunteer board member for the Mural Arts Program (Executive Management Committee and head of Development Committee) and Business Leadership Organized for Catholic Schools (BLOCS) - Scholarship Committee, and the Executive Leadership Team for the American Heart Association.
Dan earned a bachelor’s degree in Economics from Widener University and earned his MBA from Drexel University. He passed the CPA Exam in 2001 and holds Series 69 and 73 licenses.
He has lived and worked in the Philadelphia metropolitan area his entire life, growing up in Delaware County and now residing in Chester County, where he lives (Phoenixville, PA) with his wife Helena and their three daughters - Isabella, Grace and Leila.