Ron Jahnke is the new Vice President and Private Banker at Waukesha State Bank. The bank has also launched private banking.
Fremont, CA: The full-service community bank of the Waukesha State will now be offering private services. Additionally, Ron Jahnke will be the vice president and private banker at the Waukesha State Bank.
The bank, incepted in 1944, is now one among the biggest independent communities, and a regionally-owned bank in Wisconsin. Further, the bank has full-service offices in places including Pewaukee, Waukesha, Mukwonago, Delafield, Brookfield, Muskego, and New Berlin.
Ron was working with Associated Bank Private Client Services as the vice president-private banker. Ron has been in the financial industry for over 25 years. His expertise spans across branch management, private banking, and commercial banking.
Ron now would be managing private banking relationships at Waukesha State Bank as part of its wealth management division.
Why Private Banking?
Private banking is preferred by financial institutions including the Waukesha State Bank as it provides access to a different section of the market which remains rather unexplored. Also, there is an opportunity to extend your approach to the excellent range of financial services extended by the Waukesha State Bank.
The process of banking over the years has evolved considerably. In recognition of the constant changes, the banking sector has brought in apt changes into the way they function. Expansion in terms of private banking is also in response to the need for exploring new avenues. Also, through private banking, the bank intends to reach out to the well-off members of the community.
All thirteen locations of the bank in Waukesha County would now be extending private banking services. The bank is expected to expand its workforce by hiring more people to ensure the ongoing development.