Wisconsin Bank & Trust: Alan Konetzki promoted to Wisconsin Bank & Trust Wealth Advisory Services Market Leader for Wisconsin

Athena Eggers, Marketing Coordinator
Wisconsin Bank & Trust
(608) 203-1225
[email protected]

Konetzki transitions to a new position following recent merger with Community Bank & Trust

Madison, WI, April 15, 2015 — Wisconsin Bank & Trust is pleased to welcome Alan Konetzki as Wealth Advisory Services Market Leader for the state of Wisconsin.

Konetzki previously served for 10 years as Senior Vice President of Wealth Management Services at Community Bank & Trust, which merged with Wisconsin Bank & Trust earlier this year. Prior to that, he worked as Vice President of Private Client Services for JP Morgan and Bank One. In total, Konetzki brings more than 30 years of experience in the Wealth Advisory industry.

Konetzki received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Illinois and Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee.

Konetzki is active in the Sheboygan community, having served on boards for of the Sheboygan County Estate Planning Council, Sheboygan Economic Club, Sharon S. Richardson Hospice, and St. Nicholas Hospital. He is involved with Trinity Lutheran Church as Chairman of both the Board of Elders and their endowment fund.

Konetzki will remain based from the bank’s Sheboygan office and can be reached at (920) 459- 4444 or [email protected].

About Wisconsin Bank & Trust

Wisconsin Bank & Trust (WB&T) is a business-focused community bank with assets over $1.0 billion serving customers in the Madison, Milwaukee, Green Bay, Sheboygan, Monroe, and southwest areas of Wisconsin. From 19 banking centers and three mortgage origination offices, WB&T offers a wide range of personal and business banking, wealth management, and mortgage lending services. The bank is a subsidiary of Heartland Financial USA, Inc. (NASDAQ:HTLF), which has assets over $6 billion. WB&T is a member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and an Equal Housing Lender. Learn more at http://www.wisconsinbankandtrust.com.