Wilmington Trust Hires Patrick Tadie as Group Vice President in Global Capital Markets

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September 22, 2014
Tadie will focus on emerging opportunities in structured finance market
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Patrick Tadie

Division Manager of the Capital Markets Structured Finance Group.
Wilmington Trust has hired Patrick Tadie as group vice president focusing on emerging product development opportunities in the structured finance market for the Global Capital Markets division. He will work with business lines to develop and implement new product initiatives. He will be based in Wilmington Trust’s New York City office.
Tadie brings over 30 years of industry experience to his new role at Wilmington Trust. Most recently he was global head of strategy and product management, and chief credit officer in the Corporate Trust division of BNY Mellon. Earlier in his career, he worked in senior management positions for FreddieMac, First Union National Bank, and Prudential Home Mortgage.
“We’re excited to have Patrick join our team,” said Jack Beeson, head of Wilmington Trust’s Global Capital Markets Group. “Patrick brings a wealth of capital markets industry knowledge and experience to our talented team of Global Capital Markets professionals, as we continue to grow and expand our presence in this market.”
Tadie earned a bachelor’s degree in Accounting from Georgetown University and an MBA in Finance and Investments from George Washington University. He is a certified public accountant, and served as a member of the board of directors of the American Securitization Forum. He is a frequent speaker at many industry conferences in the United States, Singapore, England, China, Australia, Hong Kong, Ireland, Columbia, and Brazil. Tadie has published numerous articles related to derivatives, mortgage-backed securities, asset-backed securities, secondary market, technology, and trustee services.
Tadie’s office is located at Wilmington Trust’s office at 166 Mercer St., Suite 2-R, New York, and can be contacted by phone at (212)941-4407, ext. 113

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