Fulton Financial Corp. in Lancaster, Pa., has unveiled the management team for its newly created New Jersey bank.

The $16.2 billion-asset multi-bank holding company is in the process of merging its two New Jersey banks, The Bank in Mount Laurel and Skylands Community Bank in Chester, into a single bank that will be called Fulton Bank of New Jersey. The Philadelphia Business Journal reported Tuesday that The Bank's president and chief executive officer, Angela Snyder, will become CEO of the combined bank and that Steve Miller, Skylands' president, will become president and chief operating officer.

The combined bank will have $3.5 billion of assets and roughly 75 branches in 15 New Jersey counties. The merger is expected be completed in the fourth quarter.

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