Chartwell Partners congratulates our placement, Tim Schneider, as Chief Executive Officer of Bank Five Nine in Oconomowoc, WI. In partnership with the Board, Schneider will provide Bank Five Nine with the vision and leadership needed to establish and execute upon strategic, operational, and financial performance goals. He will be accountable for all bank operations, strategic direction, people leadership and development, and profitable growth. Most recently, Schneider was with Nicolet Bank which acquired his previous bank, Investors Community Bank, where he served as CEO.
“My colleague, Sean O’Neal, and I are pleased to have represented the Selection Committee in recruiting Tim. He is an outstanding leader and a wonderful cultural fit with Bank Five Nine,” said Scott Petty, Managing Partner of Chartwell Partners’ Financial Services Practice.
About Bank Five Nine
Bank Five Nine is a private, broadly held bank that serves the Southeast Wisconsin region with a full suite of community banking and mortgage services in addition to being a top SBA lender nationally serving commercial customers across the country. Founded in 1859, Bank Five Nine has been proud to serve as a source of strength for its customers, communities, and employees. With on and off-balance sheet assets nearing $3 billion, Bank Five Nine currently has 14 full-service offices located throughout the greater Milwaukee and Southeastern Wisconsin area with a dedication to the communities it serves at all levels of the organization. As a steward of growth, Bank Five Nine is committed to evolving its offerings to meet the changing needs of its customers.
About Chartwell Partners
Chartwell Partners is a retained senior executive and board of director search firm. Founded in 2005, the firm serves a variety of industries across the nation. Chartwell’s Financial Services Practice, led by Scott Petty, has conducted more than 300 successful executive search assignments for over 50 clients during the last decade. The team prides themselves on their reputation of consistency, confidentiality, and long-term success of their placements.