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Jason Stamm appointed Central Region president for Private Client Reserve of US Bank

US Bank Wealth Management has appointed Jason Stamm as Central Region president for The Private Client Reserve of US Bank.

"Jason is a proven leader with the right combination of experience, sales results and passion for growing our business in the Central Region," says Mike Ott president of The Private Client Reserve. "We are thrilled that he has chosen US Bank, and I am confident that he will make a meaningful contribution to our business, team and clients."
 
In his new role, Stamm will be instrumental in driving growth across The Private Client Reserve's Central Region, which includes Chicago, Kansas City, Madison, Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Minneapolis/St Paul and St Louis. He will lead a team of more than 350 investment, trust, private banking, and financial planning professionals, focused on providing a broad array of products and services to high-net-worth individuals and families.
 
Stamm brings 21 years of financial services experience to his new role. He has served with BMO Private Bank and its predecessors since 1996 where he was routinely recognized as a top performing leader and individual contributor. In his most recent capacity as regional president, Stamm led the business operations and talent integration for the Private Bank of BMO, Harris Bank and M&I in the North Central Region.
 
Stamm succeeds Ott who was recently named president of The Private Client Reserve of US Bank. He will be based in The Private Client Reserve's headquarters office in Minneapolis.


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