Hernandez named president of Johnson Bank’s Milwaukee market

Special to The Freeman

Jan. 10, 2014

Gus Hernandez
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MILWAUKEE – Johnson Bank announced Thursday Gus Hernandez has been promoted to president of the Milwaukee metropolitan market.

“Gus Hernandez joined Johnson Bank early in 2013 and brings substantial experience in the Milwaukee and Wisconsin marketplace. He has quickly assumed increasing responsibilities as a manager and new business developer,” said Thomas Bolger, CEO of Johnson Bank, in a statement. “He understands and appreciates the way we do business and the approach we take to serving our customers.”

As a result of Hernandez’ promotion, recent president of the Milwaukee market, Peter Engel, will be able to focus on corporate responsibilities as executive vice president of consumer banking, according to the announcement. Brad Quade will continue to lead the company’s commercial banking team as the senior commercial banking manager.

Johnson Bank is a member of Johnson Financial Group, a financial services company offering comprehensive financial solutions in the areas of banking, trust, insurance, investment management and leasing. The $3.9 billion financial services company has operating companies in Wisconsin and Arizona. For more information visit www.johnsonbank.com and www.johnsonins.com.