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Bradley Howe & Bryan Minogue Earn CFP® Designation

MADISON, WI – SEPT 9, 2019 – First Business Trust & Investments, a division of First Business Bank, is pleased to announce that private wealth management Vice Presidents Bradley Howe and Bryan Minogue both earned Certified Financial Planner (CFP®) designations.

The CFP® designation signifies a commitment and extensive knowledge and experience in holistic financial planning along with adherence to the highest ethical standards. Both Bradley and Bryan previously earned the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA®) certification, demonstrating their vast understanding and desire to help clients achieve their personal vision of success.

“The intense focus on planning that’s part of earning the CFP® designation aligns perfectly with our commitment to getting it right for our clients by understanding them better than anyone else,” said Brendan Freeman, President of First Business Trust & Investments. “Brad and Bryan’s achievements are evidence of that dedication.”

Bradley Howe joined our private wealth team in 2018 and works with individuals, institutions, and not-for-profit organizations in the areas of investment management, financial planning, and retirement planning. He has over 15 years of experience in the financial industry with extensive work in both investment analytics and client service.

Bryan Minogue has more than seven years of experience in private wealth management and investments and joined our private wealth team in 2012. He is responsible for developing and monitoring the investment strategy for First Business Trust & Investments.

About First Business
First Business Financial Services is a Wisconsin-based bank holding company, focused on the unique needs of businesses, business executives and high net worth individuals. First Business offers commercial banking, specialty finance and private wealth management solutions, and because of its niche focus, is able to provide its clients with unmatched expertise, accessibility and responsiveness. For additional information, visit www.firstbusiness.com.

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