U.S. Bank Female Leaders Recognized

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December 19, 2014


There are many accomplished women in U.S. Bank, but few have received distinction as a top woman in finance. This year, U.S. Bank Wealth Management had a unique opportunity to send several senior female executives to the 14th annual Top Women in Finance awards, sponsored by Finance & Commerce, a Minneapolis-based business publication. This award, which recognizes Minnesota women for outstanding achievements in finance, was presented to:

 

Liz Deziel, Vice President and Managing Director, Private Banking, The Private Client Reserve

Liz is one of the youngest managing directors in The Private Client Reserve of U.S. Bank. As vice president and private banking managing director, Liz is responsible for a team of private bankers and banker’s associates in the Reserve’s offices in the Twin Cities. Liz is a member of the Downtown YMCA Community Board of Directors in Minneapolis.

Sally Mullen, Angie O'Leary, Kim Brustuen, Liz Deziel and Margaret Paddock of U.S. Bank.

 

Sally Mullen, Senior Vice President, Chief Fiduciary Officer, U.S. Bank Wealth Management

A second-time honoree, Sally was also named to the Top Women in Finance’s Circle of Excellence. She chairs U.S. Bank’s Personal Trust Executive Management Committee and works closely with other leaders and teams across U.S. Bank to ensure that clients receive thoughtful advice and effective trust supervision.

 

 

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Sally’s community involvement includes serving on the board of trustees as well as the governance and executive committees for Twin Cities Public Television.

 

Angie O’Leary, Senior Vice President, Head of Investment Solutions, U.S. Bank Wealth Management

Angie directs products and solutions for the Broker-Dealer, Registered Investment Advisor (RIA), and trust businesses on behalf of Wealth Management.

 

She conceived, and was master architect, for RealSteps>Retirement, a comprehensive, dynamic retirement planning process that helps bring clarity and confidence to retirement planning for clients in the Wealth Management Division of U.S. Bank.

 

Angie’s responsibility for providing investment products and platform solutions crosses both personal trust and the broker-dealer and RIA products and services offered by U.S. Bancorp Investments, an affiliate of U.S. Bank. She volunteers with, and supports, the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation (JDF), Wayside House and Greater Twin Cities United Way.

 

Margaret Paddock, Senior Vice President, Twin Cities Market Leader, The Private Client Reserve

Margaret leads a team of 150 accomplished wealth management professionals who are dedicated to delivering a distinctive, world class experience to clients in The Private Client Reserve throughout the Twin Cities. Her team consists of portfolio managers, private bankers, trust officers and wealth management advisors. Margaret also mentors professionals across The Private Client Reserve.

 

Kim Brustuen, CFA, Vice President, Regional Sales Manager of U.S. Bank’s Corporate Treasury Division

Kim’s responsibilities at U.S. Bank include leadership and management of a team of institutional fixed income sales representatives covering most of the United States, which oversees nearly $30 billion of short-term investments. She is also president of the Chartered Financial Analyst Society of Minnesota. Kim supports the American Heart Association’s Heart Walk, Greater Twin Cities United Way and Catholic Charities.

 

To read more about these leaders, visit Finance & CommerceTop Women in Finance 2014.

 

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