Earlier this year, Greenleaf Trust hired three new employees--a trust operations specialist, a recruiter, and a trading specialist.
Jermaine J. Johnson is responsible for securities processing and providing support to the rest of the operations team. He has been hired as a trust operations specialist – cash processing. Johnson has nearly 10 years of banking and accounting experience, including work in office management and account reconciliation. He earned his bachelor’s degree in finance at Western Michigan University and he is currently completing his M.B.A.
Lisa C. Luebke joins Greenleaf Trust as a recruiter. She is responsible for management of the recruiting process, which includes developing innovative new ways of attracting and searching for top applicants to bring to the company. Luebke will partner closely with community leaders, and build and maintain relationships with members of a diverse talent network at universities and colleges, job fairs, and community organizations among others. She is a graduate of Western Michigan University with a bachelor of science in elementary education/early childhood.
Samuel J. Riethman has been hired as a trading specialist – equities. His responsibilities include all aspects of trading with a focus on equity and options while providing support as an alternate for fixed income and mutual fund transactions. He works closely with the team to continuously improve the trading process and give insight on the technical facets of the market. Riethman’s background includes commercial banking operations and consumer credit underwriting. A graduate of Denison University, he earned his bachelor’s degree in economics.
Greenleaf Trust is an independent Michigan-chartered trust-only bank, focused exclusively on wealth management, trust and estate administration, and administration of company-sponsored retirement plans. It has offices in Kalamazoo, Birmingham, Traverse City and Petoskey.
Source: Greenleaf Trust
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