First American Bank appoints four executives to its leadership team in Tampa.
TAMPA — Chicago-based First American Bank, a full-service, privately held bank with 53 branches, has opened a wealth management office in Tampa.
The bank, with other branches in Miami, also hired four executives to lead the new office: Tyler Iller, director of client advisory; David Lackmann, director of investment management; Ken Roberts, senior client advisor; and Christian Fram, portfolio manager.
“We are excited to officially announce our new Tampa location,” states Jane Nagel, executive vice president of First American Bank’s wealth management group, in a press release. “Our goal is to provide tailored financial advice and management at a time when many of our competitors have chosen to automate and depersonalize theirs. Providing high-quality solutions paired with exceptional personalized service is in our DNA. With such seasoned leaders guiding our new location, we are confident our clients throughout Florida will receive just that.”
According to the release, the First American Bank’s wealth management group boasts more than $2.5 billion in assets. The bank’s expansion to Tampa comes on the heels of the acquisition of the $476 million, five-branch Continental National Bank, Miami’s first Cuban American-owned community bank.