North Shore Bank Announces New Vice President, Consumer Lending

10/30/2017

BROOKFIELD, Wis. – North Shore Bank announced today that it has promoted Chris Boland to vice president, consumer lending manager.

Boland has been with North Shore Bank for six years, Vice President, Mortgage Production Manager. In his new position, Boland will be responsible for consumer branch lending, managing payment protection on consumer loans sold by North Shore Bank and continuing to manage relationships with the branch network to grow mortgage and consumer activity.

“I am very excited to announce that Chris will add the duties of managing consumer lending to his slate in addition to mortgage lending,” said Michael Kellman, senior vice president of consumer lending at North Shore Bank. “His passion and experience with the products, as well as his many new ideas and relationship-building skills, make him a natural fit for this position.”

Boland currently lives in the Green Bay area with his family and is a dynamic member of the community. Boland serves on several boards including the Urban Partnership Community Development Corporation, NeighborWorks Green Bay and the Green Bay Preble Optimist Club. In 2016, Boland was honored by the Wisconsin Mortgage Bankers Association with a Best in Leadership award.

North Shore Bank, headquartered in Brookfield, has assets at $1.9 billion and 47 offices throughout eastern Wisconsin and northern Illinois. Wisconsin locations are in metro Milwaukee, Ozaukee County, Racine, Kenosha, Appleton, Menasha, Green Bay and surrounding areas, Burlington, Union Grove, Muskego, and Door County. Locate a North Shore Bank office. You can also connect with the bank on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram.

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