David DiLuigi Promoted to Group Vice President at Wilmington Trust

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November 08, 2017
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David DiLuigi

Wealth Advisory President for Greater Washington/Central Virginia Region.
WASHINGTON, DC—David DiLuigi was promoted to group vice president at Wilmington Trust, part of the M&T Bank family. DiLuigi is the president of the Greater Washington/Central Virginia Region for the Wealth Advisory division.
DiLuigi is responsible for overseeing all wealth management services for the region. He leads a team of professionals who provide planning, trust, investment management, family governance and education, family office, and private banking* services.
Prior to his role with Wilmington Trust, DiLuigi worked for 25 years for M&T Bank. DiLuigi managed retail branches, directed the bank’s retirement plan sales team, and worked on integration-related projects for some of M&T’s acquisitions. More recently, DiLuigi served as group manager for M&T Bank’s commercial operations in the Northern Virginia marketplace, which includes the bank’s government contracting practice.
DiLuigi earned an MBA from American University, and a bachelor’s degree in Business and Finance from Mount Saint Mary’s University. He also completed the executive leadership program at Columbia University.
DiLuigi currently serves on the board of directors of the Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce, the board of directors and finance committee of the YMCA of Metropolitan Washington, and the board of visitors of Mount Saint Mary’s University Robert Bolte School of Business. He also serves on the board of directors, executive committee, and finance committee of DeMatha Catholic High School, the board of advisors for the Honors College at George Mason University, and is co-chair of the 2017 and 2018 Leukemia Balls in Washington, D.C.

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*Private Banking is the marketing name for an offering of M&T Bank deposit and loan products and services. 
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