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Pewaukee-based Foundations Bank recently hired Jeff Larson as senior vice president, commercial lending and Steve Wyman, vice president, commercial lending. Larson was previously President/CEO of Grafton State Bank. His background in commercial lending spans most of his career. He is a graduate of University of Wisconsin – Whitewater with a BBA Accounting/Finance, and a graduate of the Wisconsin Bankers Association Commercial Lending School and Advanced Commercial Lending School.  Wyman is a 17 year banking professional with many ties to metro Milwaukee and Waukesha County. He is a University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee MBA graduate. He will continue to focus on owner managed business clients providing consultative banking solutions with Foundation Bank’s signature high tech, high touch service.

Michael G. Klein, managing director, financial advisor with the Milwaukee office of Robert W. Baird has been named one of the "Top 100 Financial Advisers" in the April 19 issue of Barron’s for a second consecutive year. Klein is a member of the Private Asset Management Group, which has been recognized for three consecutive years as one of the "Top-Ranked Advisor Teams in America" by Research magazine.

Walt Buckhanan has been promoted to senior vice president at M&I Bank. Buckhanan served previously as the bank’s director of corporate diversity. He has worked at M&I since 1986. Buckhanan serves on the boards of directors of the Clarence and Mildred Parrish Foundation, the Junior Cougar Football Organization, Survive Alive House, COA Youth & Family Centers, Business Improvement District 10, Milwaukee University Graduate School, Outlook University Network, and Omega Psi Phi 10th District.

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