Santander Bank announced Tuesday it has appointed Ellen Marshall to regional head of middle market for New York and New Jersey in its commercial banking division.
In this role, Marshall will be responsible for managing the bank’s middle market business in New Jersey, Manhattan and Long Island.
Marshall has more than 30 years of experience in these markets, Santander said.
She will report to Bob Rubino, co-president and head of commercial banking.
“Ellen’s extensive commercial banking experience and knowledge of serving middle market companies will help to enhance our position in the marketplace. We’ve made significant investments in our Commercial Banking division by strengthening our teams and product offerings to better serve our clients and Ellen’s appointment is part of our strategy to build upon the progress we’ve made to grow this important business,” Rubino said.
Prior to Santander, Marshall was at Capital One as its regional market executive for the New York metropolitan area. Before that, she was managing director for information services and technology at CIT Group. She was formerly the New Jersey commercial market president at Santander, formerly Sovereign Bank, from 2002 to 2007.
She will be based at the bank’s New York City office.