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Business Banker - VP or AVP

Description   Wintrust is recruiting for a Business Banker to support our Beverly Bank and Trust locations.  This position supports small and middle market businesses with revenues of $1-25 million.    The business banker is responsible for developing new business and expands existing customer relationships for commercial banking customers.  This position provides exceptional service to build and strengthen customer relationships by promoting products and services as appropriate to identify and fulfill customer needs.  Responsible for new business development through referral sources and cold calling efforts.   This position works closely with commercial lenders and retail bankers to support the needs of business customers.   Additional responsibilities include:  Increase the Bank's profitability by cultivating new commercial business relationships Maintain and develop existing portfolio by assessing and meeting client's business and personal needs Negotiate proper loan structure and effectively cross sell products Maintain properly documented files and manage renewals and collection efforts on past dues  and defaulted loans Maintains comprehensive understanding of current commercial products offered in the market and keeps informed of all relevant industry trends and practices. Qualifications The ideal candidate has 5 years' experience managing a portfolio of commercial banking clients, has a strong knowledge of the Chicagoland markets, and experience with Treasury Management products.  Bachelor's Degree or Equivalent in Finance, Economics or related quantitative field preferred or equivalent experience. Solid understanding of credit/lending is needed - formal credit training preferred but not required 1801544
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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