OVERLAND PARK, Kan.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Blue Valley Ban Corp. (OTCQB: BVBC) (the “Company”), the holding company for Bank of Blue Valley (the “Bank”), today announced the hiring of B. Todd York as the Senior Vice President, Wealth Management for the Bank.
“We are delighted to have Todd join the Blue Valley team,” said Bob Regnier, President and CEO. “Todd’s experience, knowledge and leadership will drive improvement and expansion for Bank of Blue Valley’s Wealth Management departments which include investment services, trust services and private banking services. The location of our Banking Centers provides us great opportunity to grow this part of our business. Todd has the knowledge and expertise to guide this expansion.”
In his role as Senior Vice President, Wealth Management, York will lead banking professionals from the Bank’s trust, investment services and private banking teams to provide a diverse array of Wealth Management solutions for Bank customers. Prior to joining Bank of Blue Valley, York was Private Client Group Managing Director for U.S. Bank in Lawrence, Kansas, and previous to that, he held investment advisory services positions with UBS Financial Services, Inc. and Edward Jones.
About Blue Valley Ban Corp.
Blue Valley Ban Corp. is a bank holding company that, through its subsidiaries, provides banking services to closely-held businesses, their owners, professionals and individuals in Johnson County, Kansas.
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