Kevin Tylus' work experience has aided his ongoing efforts to help Royal Bancshares of Pennsylvania (RBPAA) rediscover what it means to be a bank.
A veteran banker with turnaround experience from a stint at Deloitte, Tylus became the Narbeth company's president and chief executive late last year. Royal was hurting; it lost about $120 million between 2008 and 2012 as it dealt with bad loans, capital depletion and a bid-rigging scandal at its tax lien unit.
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