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Bank of Utah Taps an Experienced Corporate Sales Strategist & Treasury Management Expert
Ogden, Utah, April 16, 2013
Bank of Utah leadership announced filling two key positions within the locally-owned community bank.
Neal R. Wilson has been hired as a commercial lending business developer for Bank of Utah. Wilson brings 28 years of commercial lending experience to the position, having served in senior leadership roles for both Zions Bank and Bank One over his career. Wilson holds a B.S. Degree in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix, and serves on several community boards including the Utah Association of Certified Public Accountants, the Ogden/Weber Chamber of Commerce and the Uintah Highlands Water and Sewer District. Wilson has also served several times as an elected official.
Ashley F. Massey has advanced to vice president of treasury management and private banking for Bank of Utah. She is responsible for developing new processes and marketing for the bank’s newly-established Private Banking program. Massey has been working in the financial industry since 2007 in a variety of private and business banking positions in Utah. She joined Bank of Utah in 2011 as an Assistant Vice President Treasury Management relationship manager. Massey attended Weber State University and also has a background in police work. She is a board member for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society and the Salt Lake City Children’s Justice Center.
About Bank of Utah
Bank of Utah, which recently marked 60 years in business, was founded and organized by Frank M. Browning, an Ogden business executive. The bank officially opened for business on December 1, 1952 with 16 employees, and has grown to over 300 employees and $750 million in assets. The bank currently has 13 full-service branches along the Wasatch Front, mortgage offices in South Towne, Price, Logan, St. George and South Jordan and corporate trust teams in Ogden and Salt Lake City. Bank of Utah offers personal banking, business banking, home lending, trust management and investment services. For more information call 1-800-516-5559 or visit www.bankofutah.com.