Bank Of Utah
Thirty-Seven Year Financial Sales Professional Joins the Bank of Utah
Ogden, Utah, October 31, 2011
Veteran banking professional, Steve Gleason has joined Bank of Utah as a vice president in business banking. The highly-respected expert in commercial lending and treasury management banking formerly worked for Wells Fargo Bank where he most recently held the title of senior vice president and manager of northern Utah business banking and industry specialist groups.
Gleason has worked for many years leading bank teams to reach revenue goals in loans and deposits in the hundreds of millions of dollars. He is an expert in providing financial solutions and services such as treasury management, investments and regulatory needs to high-value clients. Gleason has managed and grown multimillion dollar portfolios for universities, municipalities, school districts, hedge-fund managers, medical groups, law firms and off-shore companies. He has led bank teams to win prestigious state and national sales awards for deposit and revenue production.
"Steve Gleason is a superstar in financial sales and service," said Scott H. Parkinson, senior vice president of retail banking for Bank of Utah. "He's a true leader and knows how to motivate high performance teams to provide exceptional customer service."
Gleason said, "I'm proud to now be associated with Bank of Utah, a true community bank that has served so many businesses and organizations with a depth and breadth of financial services that may be surprising to some. It will be my pleasure to build upon their team of excellent relationship managers."
Gleason is a graduate of Weber State University and the Pacific Coast Banking School at the University of Washington in Seattle. He currently serves on the Ogden/Weber Chamber of Commerce Military Affairs and Legislative Committees. He is a past board member of the Weber State University Alumni Board, has served as president of the Exchange Club and as president of the Robert Morris & Associates.
Gleason is a resident of Ogden, Utah where he lives with his wife Gina. They have three children and six grandchildren.