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Notable Commercial Banking Leaders

BizTimes Milwaukee is proud to present it inaugural showcase of Notable Commercial Banking Leaders spotlighting accomplished industry professionals and leaders in southeastern Wisconsin. The individuals profiled on the following pages were nominated by their peers at work and in the community and showcase the talent in our market. Their accomplishments set an example to shape a better future for our region.

METHODOLOGY: The honorees did not pay to be included. Their profiles were drawn from nomination materials. This list features only individuals for whom nominations were submitted and accepted after a review by our editorial team. To qualify for the list, nominees must be based in southeast Wisconsin. They must be currently serving in a senior level role at their firm, must hold a leadership position in their industry outside of their own organization, have made a significant contribution to advancing workplace equality at their own workplace or beyond, and act as a role model or mentor.

Notable Commercial Banking Leaders: Thomas Moore

As the commercial banking manager in the southeast Wisconsin region for Johnson Financial Group, Thomas Moore has played an instrumental role in the overall...

Notable Commercial Banking Leaders: Kathy Branton

Kathy Branton, vice president and a commercial loan officer with First Federal Bank, has been a partner of the Wisconsin Women’s Business Initiative Corp....

Notable Commercial Banking Leaders: Gus D. Hernandez, Jr.

Gus Hernandez Jr. has held a variety of leadership positions in commercial banking throughout Wisconsin and Florida.  As senior vice president and commercial banking market...

Notable Commercial Banking Leaders: Jerry Schlitz

As a business banking executive and senior vice president for First Midwest Bank, Jerry Schlitz has led a team of 10 commercial bankers through...

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