BELOIT, WI / ACCESSWIRE / November 21, 2019 / Blackhawk Bancorp, Inc. (OTCQX:BHWB) reports that Matthew McDonnell has been named Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Blackhawk Bancorp, Inc. and its wholly owned subsidiary, Blackhawk Bank.
Matthew McDonnell, a Certified Public Accountant, is a graduate of Marquette University and holds an MBA from Northwestern University, Kellogg School of Management. Matthew began his career in public accounting, working for Grant Thornton, LLP. He was most recently with a larger regional bank where he held various positions in finance and operations. "We are excited about Matthew joining our team," said Todd James, President & CEO. "He brings strong capabilities in process improvement and operational effectiveness as well as financial management and reporting," added James.
About Blackhawk Bancorp
Blackhawk Bancorp, Inc. is headquartered in Beloit, Wisconsin and is the parent company of Blackhawk Bank. The combined entity operates eleven full-service banking centers and a dedicated commercial office, which are located in Rock County, Wisconsin and the Illinois counties of Winnebago, Boone, McHenry, Lake, and Kane. The Company's footprint stretches along the I-90 corridor from Janesville, Wisconsin to Elgin, Illinois and into the Northwest collar counties of the Chicagoland area. The company offers a variety of value-added consultative services to its business customers and their employees related to the financial products it provides.
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