Welcome to the April 15, 2017 Lincoln Business Journal
Here is brief summary of our feature stories.
Vol. 20 No. 8

Briefs in this week's issue

Pinnacle Bank promotes Durr, Campbell, Siffring and Schweiger

Leadership Resources taps Hensel

Lincoln-based Ameritas selects Lester as its new president, COO

Cornhusker Bank promotes Boe, adds Walters to Lincoln center

Midwest Bank selects Bolubasz

Midwest Door and Hardware adds Hoover to its installation team

Fuse Coworker hires Valentino

Special Sections:

• Banking



Lockton-Nebraska builds client base with risk management audits
by Richard D. Brown

Although Lockton-Nebraska has found growth with accounts with Omaha-based rms such as Kiewit and Werner Enterprises going back several years, the Kansas City-based multi-national company has also been making a more concerted effort in offering its services to local business over the past six years.


Enhancing participant experience headlines Pink Gorilla’s 2017 goals
by Dwain Hebda

Pink Gorilla Events, a nine-year-old running event company, is poised for its biggest year yet as fields for its races in three states continue to swell.


Local ownership helps distinguish Union Bank as it marks 100 years
by Michelle Leach

From a location at 48th and Prescott, Union Bank & Trust Co. has grown in 100 years to 36 offices in Nebraska and Kansas, $3.6 billion in bank assets and $20.1 billion in combined bank and trust assets — attributed partly to local ownership, streamlined organizational structure, flexible decision-making and personalized approaches.



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