A Pennsylvania banker who lost her job after her employer was sold to BB&T has landed on her feet.
Fulton Financial in Lancaster, Pa., said in a press release Wednesday that it had hired Lynn Ozer as president of Small Business Administration lending. Before joining the $18 billion-asset Fulton, Ozer had been president of government lending at Susquehanna Bancshares in Lititz, Pa.
Ozer also led a small-business lending team at Susquehanna that was largely dismissed in August, shortly after the company's sale to BB&T.
Ozer is also a former chair of the National Association of Government Guaranteed Lenders, a trade association for institutions that participate in the federal government's guaranteed-loan programs.