Old National Bank has announced the promotion of Stacy Fuqua to the role of Private Banker, VP. In this newly created role for Central Michigan, Fuqua will service all private banking clients and products for the region.
With more than 22 years of banking experience, Stacy has developed a reputation built on providing the right solutions for her clients. She has a wealth of expertise, including personal and small business lending. Whether there is a need for a loan, line of credit or money management services such as investments, financial planning, trust services or succession planning, she is the single point of contact for a tailored solution to meet the clients’ financial goals.
Stacy believes in giving back to her community and volunteers her time to many local community organizations throughout the year. She holds committee chair positions for Cancer Support Community of Ann Arbor and United Way of Washtenaw County, Power of the Purse Initiative. She is also a strong leader within in the bank serving on the Women’s Executive Council and as part of the launch committee for the Old National Bank Women LEAD Associate Resource Group.
When asked about her new role, Fuqua stated “I’m excited to bring Private Banking to the Central Michigan region of Old National Bank. With Private Banking, I’m able to work closely with my clients to provide the highest level of dedicated and elevated service, being the single point of contact for any of their banking needs. I look forward to helping all my clients realize their goals and financial potential.”
“We are thrilled to be launching Private Banking in Central Michigan,” said Alex Strati, Old National Michigan Region CEO. “With her extensive banking and client service experience, Stacy is the ideal team member to ensure we are taking the best care of our private banking clients.”
Stacy loves to travel and when she is not in her office in Ann Arbor, she is off on her next big adventure. She is also a proud owner a new puppy. A French Bulldog named Finley.
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