Bank of Luxemburg has promoted Garrett Jesko to vice president of commercial lending, effective Jan. 1, the company announced this week.
Jesko began his career with Bank of Luxemburg in 2009 and has been instrumental in Bank of Luxemburg’s growth, especially in the Green Bay market. In addition, he developed and manages the largest loan portfolio at the bank.
He holds a finance degree from University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. He worked as a credit analyst for four years prior to coming to Bank of Luxemburg.
“I look forward to continuing to grow Bank of Luxemburg’s presence in the Green Bay market,” Jesko said.
Also effective Jan. 1, Jake Dittmann was named commercial loan sales officer. Dittmann joined the Bank as a loan sales officer in April 2015 and has been active in numerous committees throughout the bank.
He recently participated in Leadership Development and Process Improvement Training. Dittmann holds an economics degree from University of Wisconsin – Green Bay. He spent five years as an assistant vice president/office manager and two years as a home mortgage consultant at two different financial institutions before coming to Bank of Luxemburg.
Dittmann is an Army veteran and was deployed to Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
“In my 10 years as a lender, I’ve always enjoyed developing trusting relationships with new and existing customers and I look forward to doing the same in my new role as commercial loan sales officer,” Dittman said.
Jesko will continue working at the Bellevue Branch, and Dittmann relocated to the main branch in Luxemburg.