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Scott Yukel

Senior Vice President

Scott Yukel's talents in both conventional and specialized financing methods further the level of service provided by The Business Bank. Scott's 25 years of banking experience combined with his ability to provide customized credit and deposit solutions make him a key asset to his clients and the bank. Scott has extensive experience serving the unique needs of manufacturers, wholesalers and service companies. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance from Northern Illinois University.

Scott has been a resident of the Fox Cities since 1985. During that time, Scott has dedicated his time enriching our community by being an active board member with the Bay-Lakes Council of the Boy Scouts of America, Wisconsin Family Business Forum and the Gardens of the Fox Cities as well as serving at a committee level for the Tri-County Community Dental Clinic. He is a past board member for the Appleton North High School Sports Booster Club and Appleton Downtown, Inc.

Scott lives in Appleton with his wife Tami and son Jonathan. His personal interests include golf, skiing, racquetball and sporting clays.

Why Scott chose The Business Bank:

"The Business Bank offers an outstanding support platform from which to serve my small business clients. This platform is a combination of good old-fashioned community banking and up to the minute technological delivery systems. Another factor that weighed heavily in my choice to join The Business Bank is the balance struck with its three constituencies; clients, shareholders and employees."