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Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce issued the following announcement on Feb. 7.
February 7, 2019, MADISON, Wisconsin— In his 30th year as a local banker, Sam Huntington joins State Bank of Cross Plains (SBCP) as Vice President-Treasury Management Director.
The Treasury Management department provides guidance to the bank’s corporate and commercial clients of all sizes to help them navigate and customize the full range of SBCP’s financial products and services to make their businesses run more smoothly and securely.
“Each business is different with unique challenges,” says Huntington. “We want to help you fix what’s not working and maximize your working capital, as well as protect your business from fraud and other risks. We can find solutions tailored to your situation so you don’t have to wade through the options yourself.”
Examples of Treasury Management services at State Bank of Cross Plains include:
- Cash Management, such as account options and improving cash flow issues
- Electronic Banking, including online and mobile options
- Fraud Protections and other Risk Mitigation strategies
- Lending options and Lines of Credit
- Receivables (collections and e-payments)
- Payables / Disbursement Solutions
- Payment Systems, including wire services and e-transfers
- Business Credit Cards
- Merchant Services
- International Services
- Investment Management and Employee Retirement Plans
- Wealth Management solutions
- Private Banking services
With degrees in Economics, English, and Political Science from University of Wisconsin-Madison, Huntington brings nearly 15 years of treasury management experience to State Bank of Cross Plains, as well insights from almost 30 years in banking overall. He is a Certified Treasury Professional (CTP) and Accredited ACH Professional (AAP). In addition to his banking expertise, Huntington is a head coach and tournament team coach for the West Madison Little League.
For more information about how SBCP Treasury Management services might benefit your business, contact Sam Huntington at 608-826-3516.
Original source can be found here.