Matt Hein| Newest BCA Decision Maker

Matt Hein recently completed his interview process and has been approved by the BCA Board of Advisors. Matt will now be recognized as an official Decision Maker under the Firstrust Bank membership.

Matt Hein began his banking career with Firstrust in 2016 as Senior Vice President and Director of Business Banking.

Recently Matt was promoted to Managing Director of Commercial Banking and leads teams that manage, support and develop long-term relationships with business and commercial customers. Matt is passionate about helping his colleagues find success in being part of a dependable bank supporting a dynamic local business community and economy. This includes managing products and services like Small Business, SBA Lending, Commercial and Middle Market Banking, Specialty Lending & Veterinary Finance.

Matt has dedicated his career to helping businesses in the Greater Philadelphia area grow and thrive with banking solutions. 

Matt has a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the California University of Pennsylvania in California, Pa. Closely involved in the local business community, he is a proud member of the Business Clubs of America (BCA).

In addition, he serves on the Board of Directors for the Montgomery Child Advocacy Project, which provides legal services and advocacy for children that are abused or neglected.  Growing up in Montgomery County and now working in this community, serving the area youth has a special place in Matt’s heart.

In his spare time, Matt volunteers as a coach for the Lionville Travel Soccer Club and enjoys golfing on the region’s many courses. He considers himself a “five for five” Philadelphia sports fan, with a particular affinity for the Philadelphia Eagles. Born and raised in suburban Philadelphia, Matt currently resides in Downingtown with his wife and two children.

In the spirit of BCA, we encourage you to reach out, congratulate Matt and schedule some time to get to know him better.

Newest BCA Decision Maker? What is this post?

A vital part of the BCA culture is creating a safe comfortable environment where business leaders, the owners and CEOs of companies (“Decision Makers”), can build relationships with their peers. In order to maintain our integrity as a decision maker organization, we vet this aspect during our membership interview process. If a change in leadership occurs within a current BCA Member company, the new leadership also gets vetted by our Board.

This post is used to announce new leadership that was recently approved by our Board, to be recognized as Decision Makers within BCA.