Beloit, WI, May 2, 2023 – First National Bank and Trust (FNBT) is pleased to announce the addition of Tyler Noto as Branch Manager for the Beloit-Madison Rd location.
Tyler joined the First National Bank and Trust Family in March of 2023. Before joining the bank, Tyler worked as a Branch Manager with a credit union in Rockford, Illinois. Tyler brings 15 years of extensive retail banking knowledge and experience to the FNBT family. Tyler attributes his successful banking career to hard work, commitment, and engaged leadership with his teams. He is excited to bring these strengths to his new role at FNBT. His primary responsibilities include supporting team development, cultivating long-lasting business relationships with bank employees and customers, and maintaining ongoing excellence in customer service.
Tyler enjoys being active and playing sports when he is not at work. He also likes to be outside and go on new adventures with his family. Tyler lives in Roscoe with his wife, Michele, his three kids (Hope (7), Jordan (4), and Hayden (1)), and his dog, Teddy.
First National Bank and Trust Company:
First National Bank and Trust Company is a family-focused, community bank headquartered in Beloit, Wisconsin. Chartered in 1882, First National Bank and Trust has grown to be a leading financial services institution offering products and services for consumers and businesses, as well as trust, retirement services, investment management, brokerage and insurance. We now serve nearly 30,000 households in 13 communities and 16 locations in Southern Wisconsin and Northern Illinois with assets of approximately $1.5 billion. We treat our customers, employees, shareholders and communities like family, with a goal of helping all our families succeed. Providing Sound Advice and delivering an exceptional experience has positioned First National Bank and Trust as a Stateline leader in the industry. For additional information, visit www.bankatfirstnational.com.
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