Eastwood Named UBT’s Chief Funding Officer Emeritus, Sailer Promoted Invoice Eastwood Ryan Sailer Union Financial institution & Belief (UBT) is happy to announce that it has named Invoice Eastwood Chief Funding Officer Emeritus and promoted Ryan Sailer to Chief Funding Officer and First Vice President inside Union Funding Administration Group (UIMG). Managing property since 1966, Eastwood joined Union Financial institution in 1995 and have become the financial institution’s first Chief Funding Officer. He’ll keep on as a member of the Funding Committee at UBT and can assume the position of Chief Funding Officer Emeritus, providing his perception on main funding choices. Moreover, Eastwood will proceed to keep up his funding administration obligations together with his present purchasers. “We’re happy that Invoice has agreed to remain on, performing as a mentor to his successor Ryan Sailer and all the analysis crew at UIMG,” mentioned Tom Sullivan, First Vice President of UIMG. Sailer has been promoted to Chief Funding Officer and First Vice President after 20 years of key involvement within the creation and evolution of the financial institution’s funding methods, together with UBT’s particular person inventory portfolios, passive ETF, and mutual fund methods. He’s a founding member of UIMG’s Technique Group, which units capital market expectations and the general course of main asset class weightings. Sailer additionally manages the funding analysis crew and works instantly with UBT’s highest-net-worth households and establishments with almost $1.5 billion in property beneath his administration. He’ll develop into chair of the Funding Committee and a member of the Belief Committee and the Financial institution Administration Committee. A graduate of Creighton College, Sailer additionally holds the Chartered Monetary Analyst® designation. Union Financial institution & Belief is a privately owned Nebraska financial institution that provides full banking, lending, funding, and belief companies, along with serving as program supervisor for Nebraska’s NEST Faculty Financial savings Plan. The financial institution has 38 full-service and mortgage manufacturing places of work in Nebraska and Kansas. It’s the third-largest privately owned financial institution in Nebraska, with financial institution property of $6.5 billion and belief property of $46.8 billion as of December 31, 2021.

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