WAUKESHA — Waukesha State Bank
has added private banking to the services it offers through its 13
locations in Waukesha County.
The full-service community bank also hired Ron Jahnke to serve as
vice president – private banking officer.
“Private banking opens the doors to a different segment of the
market and gives us the opportunity to introduce more affluent
members of the community to the excellent array of financial
services and expertise that Waukesha State Bank offers coupled with
the friendly service and individualized care our bankers have been
delivering for 75 years,” said Victor J. Schultz, president of
Waukesha State Bank Wealth Management, in a statement.
Jahnke comes to Waukesha State Bank from Associated Bank Private
Client Services where he served as vice president - private banker.
He has more than 25 years of financial experience specializing in
private banking, commercial banking and branch management. Jahnke
will be responsible for managing private banking relationships as
part of the wealth management division of Waukesha State Bank,
according to the announcement.
Jahnke is a certified wealth strategist and earned his bachelor’s
degree in economics from the University of Minnesota–Twin Cities. He
is active in the local community, serving on the board of directors
for the Waukesha Education Foundation and as a member of the United
Performing Arts Fund’s Westside Committee. Jahnke and his family
reside in Waukesha, and he will be based at Waukesha State Bank’s
Oconomowoc office located at 1227 Corporate Center Drive.
“We are pleased to welcome Ron to our wealth management team,” added
Schultz. “He has an extensive background in private banking, which
positions him well to offer high-touch, insightful customer service
to the affluent individuals of Waukesha County.”