More recently, the Wells Fargo Chicago Central Regional Commercial Banking Office (RCBO) in Chicago hired two relationship managers who previously served at Bank of America with nearly five decades of combined experience:
- Timothy J. Dillon, a 28-year middle market lending veteran in Illinois and Michigan. Most recently, he was a Bank of America middle market senior client manager in Chicago. Previously, he led one of LaSalle Bank’s middle market divisions. A Michigan native, Dillon graduated from Marquette University and earned an MBA from University of Detroit Mercy Business School.
- Patrick Keller, a 20-year financial services veteran in Chicago. Most recently, he was a Bank of America middle market senior credit products officer. Previously, Keller served as a client manager at LaSalle Bank. He graduated in business management from University of Wisconsin in Madison.
- Bob Stegmann, who has assisted CFOs throughout his career. Most recently, he led the CFO practice at Tatum in Chicago. Previously, Stegmann was a commercial loan officer and division head for 15 years at The Northern Trust Company. He graduated from The Wharton School at University of Pennsylvania and earned an MBA from Kellogg at Northwestern University. He is Chicago Chapter treasurer for the Turnaround Management Association.
- Tom Bush, a 12-year commercial banking veteran. Most recently, he was a Bank of America senior vice president and senior business development officer for Illinois middle market companies with $50 million to $1 billion in annual revenues. Previously, he served in commercial banking and consulting roles with ABN AMRO/LaSalle Bank. Bush graduated from Colorado State University and earned an MBA from Loyola University of Chicago.