Caryn Levey Promoted to Senior Vice President and Head of Private Banking Group at Associated Bank in Chicago


CHICAGO – – Associated bank announces the promotion of Caryn Levey as senior vice-president and head of the Private Banking group in Private Banking and Wealth Management. She is responsible for leading and supporting the execution of the team’s growth in the market.

With over 25 years of banking experience, Levey has been a member of the Associated bank team since 2013. Previously, she held the position of vice-president, private banker on the Chicago the private banking team where she was responsible for providing personalized financial services such as cash and credit management, risk management, investment strategy, retirement planning and estate conversion.

Levy holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration with a major in accounting from Loyola University of Chicago. She also holds her series 7 and 66, the title of certified heritage strategist of Cannon Financial School and graduated from the ABN AMRO credit training program. In the community, Levy is the former president of the Real estate financing forum and former secretary and board member of YEA! Highland park.

It is located at 525 W. Monroe Street

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Banc-Corp associated (NYSE: ASB) has total assets of $ 34 billion and is wisconsin largest bank holding company. Based at Green Bay, Wisconsin, Associated is a leading banking franchise in the Midwest, offering a full range of financial products and services from over 200 banking locations serving over 100 communities across Wisconsin, Illinois and Minnesota, and commercial financial services in Indiana, Michigan, Missouri, Ohio and Texas. Associated bank, NA. is an Equal Housing Lender, an Equal Opportunity Lender, and a Member of the FDIC. More information on Banc-Corp associated is available at


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