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Gene Malfeo has been promoted to director of commercial banking and real estate lending at Marquette Bank

Marquette Bank Names Director of Real Estate Lending, Adds VP

Marquette Bank announced that Gene Malfeo, MBA, MAFM, has been promoted to SVP – director of commercial banking and real estate lending. Malfeo has been with Marquette Bank for just over a decade and has 25 years of Chicagoland experience in finance, banking, credit and commercial real estate. 

Marquette Bank has also added Raymond Burzic as first VP – commercial real estate lending, focused on the Chicagoland market. Burzic brings 18 years of commercial credit and local business lending experience to the Orland Park, IL-based bank.

Pictured: Gene Malfeo.  

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