A change at the top is coming for Main Line icon Bryn Mawr Trust, for only the ninth time in the company’s 125-year history. Plans in the making for many months aim, however, to make the transition seamless. In April, one month after the bank’s parent company, Bryn Mawr Bank Corp., celebrated that landmark anniversary, it announced a succession plan for the retirement in December of its longtime CEO and chairman, Ted Peters.
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