Magazine article The RMA Journal

Chapter Profile: Anthony Pica

Magazine article The RMA Journal

Chapter Profile: Anthony Pica

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Who/Where--Anthony Pica is the senior vice president and business banking Long Island/Queens market executive at Bank of America in New York. The market portfolio comprises more than $400 million in assets and more than $700 million in liabilities. Pica's group services businesses with $2.5-$20 million in annual revenue.

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What/Why--He is responsible for a team of 13 client managers and support staff serving more than 1,000 clients. "The relationship management of our client base includes providing trusted expertise, lending, cash management, and other types of banking solutions and services," Pica says. "We strive to serve the business owners' needs both professionally and personally. We meet regularly with all the resources of the bank to discuss our clients and match them with the services they need, whether these are related to their business or, like wealth planning, to their personal lives."

Career Background--Pica has been in his current position since September 2006. Prior to that, he was the business banking market credit officer for the NYC/ Westchester/Fairfield market, where he was responsible for working with business banking client managers to structure, price, and approve new loan requests, and for monitoring the asset portfolio. He began his tenure with Bank of America and its predecessor bank, FleetBoston Financial Corporation, in June 1997, working in various positions, including senior business development advisor and senior relationship manager in small business. Before joining with FleetBoston, he worked for Chase as a branch manager, small business development officer, and middle market relationship manager over an eight-year span. Pica also spent five years at Salomon Brothers working in the mortgage-backed securities and equity markets.

Most Rewarding Aspect of Job--For Pica, it's an easy answer: "Working with people. …

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