Regional President, M&T Bank Delaware
Mr. Lambrow was named Regional President for M&T Bank Delaware in 2011.
Prior to that appointment, Mr. Lambrow served for eight years as the Regional President for the Chesapeake and Central Maryland Division, which included the Eastern Shore, and parts of Central, Southern, and Western Maryland.
In his current role, Mr. Lambrow has direct responsibility for the commercial efforts and market outreach within the region, as well as coordinating the activities of the bank’s Business Banking and Retail departments.
Mr. Lambrow was appointed by Governor Carney to serve on the Delaware Public/Private Partnership Board of Directors, he also serves as a trustee of Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library, a trustee of the Christiana Care Health System, Director of the Delaware State Chamber of Commerce, Member of the Delaware Business Roundtable. Currently, he serves as Co-Chair of the bank’s Loan Committee in Delaware. He is also Chairman of M&T Bank’s local Advisory Council.
Mr. Lambrow graduated from Loyola College with a degree in Business Administration and began his career with a predecessor to M&T Bank, the First National Bank of Maryland (later Allfirst) as a Retail Management Trainee in 1980. Throughout his career, he has held a range of managerial positions throughout the bank’s Maryland and Greater Washington markets, including Relationship Manager and Unit Head for both the Business Banking and Middle Market areas.
Mr. Lambrow is a past recipient of the Business Leader of the Year Award from the Annapolis and Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce and received the Pioneer Award from the Black Chamber of Commerce of Anne Arundel County.
Mr. Lambrow has served as Board Member and Loan Committee Chair for the CityFirst Bank of DC. Other previous affiliations include Anne Arundel Economic Development Corp, Leadership Anne Arundel, 21stCentury Education Foundation, Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts, and the Anne Arundel Trade Council.
Mr. Lambrow and his wife Diane live in Wilmington.