• Victor Notaro

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    Victor Notaro is an alumni of The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania (General Management Program) and completed the Stonier Graduate School of Banking, held at Georgetown University. In addition, he earned a Bachelor of Science from Aquinas College where he also has a seat on the Alumni Leadership Council. Notaro holds a FINRA Series 79 (Investment Banking) license as well as the FINRA Series 63 (State Law) license, is a Certified Treasury Professional (CTP) by the Association of Financial Professionals and completed the Aligning Strategy and Sales Program at the Harvard Business School. Victor lives in Pittsburgh, PA with his wife and their three children.

  • "Setting children up with fiscal knowledge and habits at an early age can mean responsible credit use, savings, and budgeting skills that will last them the rest of their lives. "

    -Victor Notaro

  • Skills

    Victor Notaro has picked many skills throughout the year.

    Treasury Management

    Commercial Banking

    Cash Management


    Trade Finance

    Financial Services

    Small Business Lending


    Executive Management

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    Parents of special needs kids know how difficult it can be to take care of them. When a child is born with disease or impairment, it may appear as though the world is collapsing around you. These kids demand a lot of care and attention both at home and school. It is important to remember that you...
    In America, you will find many organizations that support children. These nonprofits aim to assist children by offering them the chance to explore their opportunities. Here are five kid’s nonprofits that you can and should support. Child Care Aware of America This is a nonprofit organization...
    Saving money can sometimes be difficult. Even though you want to start a savings account or dedicate more money to be put away for a rainy day, life has a tendency to get in the way. We find ourselves spending a little too much on groceries or spontaneous buys which could have gone into a savings...
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