Kim Preston Awarded Diploma From Graduate School Banking
MILWAUKEE, WI, – Sept. 15, 2010 – First Business Bank-Milwaukee announced today that Kim Preston has been awarded a diploma from the Graduate School of Banking at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. First Business Bank-Milwaukee is a part of First Business Financial Services, Inc. (NASDAQ: FBIZ).
Kim Preston was awarded a diploma on August 20, 2010, at commencement exercises during the 66th annual session of the prestigious Graduate School of Banking at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
The School, sponsored by the 18 state bankers associations comprising the Central States Conference of Bankers Associations, and the University of Wisconsin-Madison, was established in 1945 to provide bankers with an opportunity for advanced study and research in banking, economics
Instruction at the Graduate School of Banking takes place during two-week resident sessions for three consecutive summers, along with comprehensive study between summer resident sessions. The curriculum focuses on the management of strategic issues faced by banking executives and financial services
The Graduate School of Banking enrolls approximately 550 US and international professionals each year. Over 85 esteemed academicians, economists, government officials, and industry professionals comprise the School’s faculty.
Craig Goodlock, Chairman and CEO of Farmers Sate Bank in Munith, Michigan, was the featured speaker at commencement; Mr. Goodlock is a 1992 graduate of the Graduate School of Banking.
For further information contact: Graduate School of Banking 800-755-6440 or go to www.gsb.org.
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