With a renewed commitment to growing its retail banking division, Quad City Bank & Trust (QCBT) recently introduced a centralized management structure with the addition of three local branch managers. “Client relationships will always be at the heart of what we do, and we want to be ready to serve clients where, when and how they choose to bank with us,” says QCBT Vice President, Retail Banking Manager, Julie Hegland. “This natural evolution of our team allows us to continue providing more effective financial awareness, education and solutions to our clients and the Quad Cities community."
Jim Noel - Assistant Vice President, Branch Manager
With over 22 years in the financial industry, Jim Noel will join QCBT as Assistant Vice President, Branch Manager for the Moline and Brady Street locations. In his new role, Jim will be responsible for establishing standards for quality and client satisfaction as well as providing leadership, vision and direction to his team that will greatly enhance the user experience. He holds a B.A. in Finance and Minor in Psychology from the University of Iowa and is an avid supporter of Junior Achievement.
Becca Mueller - Branch Manager
Also new to the QCBT team, Becca Mueller will serve as Branch Manager for the Bettendorf/Middle Road and West Davenport/Division Street locations. With extensive experience in performance management, personnel coaching and mentoring, Becca will be invaluable in training and developing talent to provide a strong team of financial experts within all five QCBT locations.
Jenny Bemis - Assistant Branch Manager, Officer
Jenny Bemis, who most recently held the position of Lead Account Executive, Retail Banking Officer, will be promoted to Assistant Branch Manager, Officer for the Utica Ridge location. With an impressive 30-year career specifically in retail banking, Jenny’s depth of experience, project work and team development skills will be a valuable addition to the new structure. In her spare time, Jenny is an active volunteer for Dress for Success QC and member of the Junior League of the Quad Cities.
“In addition to our reorganization of retail management, we’ve made recent investments in our digital channels, expanded product offerings and building on our branch networks,” says Julie Hegland. “This is just the beginning of lots of exciting changes and opportunities for our team to better serve our community.”