New Leaders Market President Ken Holmstrom and Robert Baitler, Vice President, Business Banking Meet with Community Members
Byline Bank was pleased to host with the Oswego Chamber of Commerce a ribbon cutting ceremony and open house at its Oswego branch located at 10 S Madison St on Thursday, September 23. The Oswego Branch recently gained a new Market President, Ken Holmstrom, a 27-year banking veteran and civic leader in Oswego, who previously as Executive Vice President at Oswego Community Bank. At this event, Byline also introduced Robert Baitler, Vice President, Business Banking for the region.
“Our priority is developing strong relationships with the business community in Oswego so we can best help business owners meet their goals,” said Holmstrom. “Robert and I are thrilled to welcome the Oswego Chamber of Commerce and recognize the integral role the organization plays in our community.”
Guests at the event enjoyed delicious fare from a taco truck, beer and wine provided by the Oswego Chamber of Commerce, as well as the opportunity to network with other business owners, community members and branch employees.
About Robert Baitler
Baitler’s banking career spans nearly 30 years working for financial institutions such as Fifth Third Bank, MB Financial, Cole Taylor and National City Bank. Originally from Michigan, he relocated to Illinois in 2003. While he has held numerous positions within the financial industry, he is most passionate about working with business customers. His primary objective at Byline is to help businesses grow and maximize their cash flow position.
“I’m looking forward to working with Oswego businesses and Byline’s business banking customers, learning about their objectives and challenges, and advising them on how the bank can support their growth,” said Baitler.