Jordan joins U.S. Bank on commercial banking team

2014-07-13T00:00:00Z Jordan joins U.S. Bank on commercial banking team The Billings Gazette
July 13, 2014 12:00 am

Kyle Jordan has been named business relationship manager and is part of the commercial banking team at U.S. Bank. Jordan has worked in the financial industry for five years, most recently serving as a business development representative. He earned his business finance degree from the University of Idaho. Jordan is responsible for building, developing and managing new and expanded client relationships with small business customers, managing loan and portfolio credit quality and providing financial advice to customers. He may be reached at the downtown Billings branch of U.S. Bank at 303 N. Broadway or by phone at 657-8146.

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