Glenn E. Moyer
Phone: 973-299-0300 x112
Mr. Moyer is a Senior Advisor at TKG and provides financial advisory, strategic planning, and regulatory order assistance. He has over thirty-eight years of banking experience including serving as the Secretary of Banking and Securities for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania prior to joining TKG.
Mr. Moyer served as Pennsylvania’s Secretary of Banking and Securities from 2011 to 2015. By virtue of this position, he served as Chair of the Board of Directors of the Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency and Vice Chair of the Pennsylvania Banking and Securities Commission. He was also a voting member of the board of the Commonwealth Financing Agency, the Pennsylvania Economic Development Financing Authority, the Pennsylvania Industrial Development Authority, the Pennsylvania Minority Business Development Authority, the Pennsylvania Energy Development Authority, and the Certified Real Estate Appraisers Board.
Mr. Moyer worked successfully to update and modernize nine statutes governing various financial services industries while also overseeing a critical rule change through the Independent Regulatory Review Commission process. In addition, Mr. Moyer oversaw the launch of the Department’s first social media initiative, PA Investor Education on Facebook, and its transition to a new website in 2014.
Upon taking office, Mr. Moyer set about to ensure that the state banking charter option was more fully understood by the banks headquartered in Pennsylvania. During his tenure, 14 federally chartered banking successfully converted to the state charter. He also oversaw the approvals necessary to open The Bank of Bird-in-Hand in late 2013, at the time the first de novo bank in the United States in three years.
Prior to serving as the Secretary of Banking and Securities, Mr. Moyer served as the President, CEO and Director of The Elverson National Bank and of National Penn Bank and its holding company, National Penn Bancshares, Inc.
Mr. Moyer holds an MBA from St. Joseph’s University, a Master of Education Degree from Eastern New Mexico University and a B.S. in Secondary Education from Penn State University. Following his graduation from Penn State, he served as an officer in the U.S. Air Force, stationed at Cannon Air Force Base in New Mexico.