Spring Bank in Brookfield, Wis., has a new president.
The $375 million-asset bank said in a press release that Heather Nelson had succeeded David Schuelke, who will remain CEO.
“Expanding our leadership team and splitting the responsibilities of the CEO and president reflect Spring Bank’s 15 years of success and positions us for future growth,” Schuelke said in the release.
“It also demonstrates our continued commitment to providing the personalized service and attention business owners and individuals deserve,” Schuelke added.
Nelson, who previously served as Spring’s senior vice president of commercial lending, joined the bank in 2010.
Spring is the second bank in Brookfield to make a major executive shift in 2023.
North Shore Bank named Jay McKenna to succeed his father, Jim McKenna, as CEO.