RADNOR, PA – FEBRUARY 1, 2018 – The Haverford Trust Company, a private firm providing portfolio management, trust and estate administration, banking services, financial planning and retirement plan services, today introduced Tim Gillespie as Vice President and Director of Client Management. Gillespie joins Haverford with more than 30 years of experience in the wealth management industry, specifically in the high net worth and institutional segments.

“It’s not everyday that you’re able to find someone with Tim’s valuable experience and track record of working with both families and foundations in our region,” said Joseph J. McLaughlin, Jr., Chairman and CEO of Haverford Trust. “Tim has embraced Haverford’s culture of client service and community involvement, and we look forward to him continuing to build on the relationships we have with our clients and our community.”

Gillespie spent the past 20 years working for Wilmington Trust, an M&T Bank company, in several roles within the firm’s Wealth Advisory Services division. Previously he was President of the Wealth Advisory Services Group for Pennsylvania, Southern New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland. He was a founding member of the team that began Wilmington Trust’s Pennsylvania operation. Gillespie also worked for Mellon Bank and Meridian Bank in his career. He takes over for retiring Director of Sales Norm Lubin.

“Haverford’s reputation in the community, its quality investing philosophy and the firm’s approach to partnering with their clients drew me to this firm,” said Gillespie. “I’m excited to get started and help Haverford build on its already sterling reputation and grow to new heights in the wealth management world.”

Gillespie also serves the community in a number of different board and leadership positions. He serves on the Board and the Investment Committee for the World Affairs Council of Philadelphia and LaSalle College High School. He is also chair of the Parkinson’s Council of Philadelphia Golf Committee and sits on the boards of The Union League of Philadelphia and Gwynedd Mercy Academy High School where he chairs the Finance Committee. Gillespie received his bachelor’s degree from LaSalle University and his MBA from Temple University.