U.S. Bank Opens Dallas Office, Hires Relationship Managers
AUG 17, 2017 - 6:33 am
U.S. Bank opened a new Dallas office and hired veteran Texas bankers Chris Angarola and Susan Jenull as commercial banking relationship managers. This new commercial banking office will serve middle market companies and will provide a broad range of services, including lending, deposits, payments, capital markets and loan syndications as well as interest rate and foreign exchange hedging.
U.S. Bank has built a significant presence in the Dallas-Fort Worth area in recent years, now with 550 employees primarily in national corporate banking, commercial real estate, payments services, corporate trust and operations roles, up more than 50% since 2014.
“We continue to grow and expand our commercial banking organization,” said Elliot Jaffee, executive vice president and head of commercial banking at U.S. Bank. “Over the past few years, we’ve developed many new relationships with commercial clients in Texas and can better serve this growing client base from a local office. The new team and office will also provide the basis for continued growth in the area.”
Angarola joins U.S. Bank with 20 years of banking and financial services experience in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, most recently serving as vice president and relationship manager of middle market banking at Wells Fargo.
Jenull comes to U.S. Bank with nearly 20 years of banking experience in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. She was most recently senior vice president of commercial middle market banking with Comerica.
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