Bank of Luxemburg Announces Darren Voigt as Executive Vice President/Chief Lending Officer and DeAnna Tittel as Chief Operating Officer
Internal promotions further mission to have a positive impact on people’s lives.
LUXEMBURG, Wis. (July 2023)— Bank of Luxemburg, a leading financial institution celebrating 120 years of new beginnings, is pleased to announce the appointment of Darren Voigt as Executive Vice President/Chief Lending Officer and DeAnna Tittel as Chief Operating Officer. CEO and President Tim Treml said these appointments mark a significant milestone in the bank's organizational plan as it prepares for its next 120 years.
Darren Voigt has been an important part of Bank of Luxemburg for nearly a decade, demonstrating exceptional leadership skills and a deep understanding of the banking industry. In his previous role as Chief Lending Officer, Voigt was pivotal in strengthening client relationships and hiring and training staff. As the new Executive Vice President/Chief Lending Officer, Voigt will continue to build on his successes, ensuring the delivery of exceptional financial solutions to clients.
DeAnna Tittel has 25 years of experience in various operational roles within Bank of Luxemburg, which has equipped her with a comprehensive understanding of internal processes and a keen ability to optimize efficiencies. As the Chief Operating Officer, Tittel will spearhead the bank's operational strategies, ensuring Bank of Luxemburg's continued commitment to excellence.
The decision to promote internally aligns with Bank of Luxemburg's mission to have a positive impact on people's lives. By fostering a culture of growth and development within the organization, Bank of Luxemburg ensures its mission remains at the forefront of its operations.
Bank of Luxemburg President and CEO Tim Treml expressed his confidence in the promotions, stating, "Darren and DeAnna have consistently demonstrated exceptional leadership qualities, a deep understanding of our customers' needs and a passion for our mission. I believe in their ability to guide us toward continued success.”