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Charter Bank Welcomes New Senior Credit Analyst
Eau Claire, WI – Charter Bank is proud to announce and welcome Sam Caswell as our new Senior Credit Analyst. He will be working in the Credit Department and his role will include assisting the Credit Officer with loan reviews on credit relationships. He will also conduct financial analysis and risk ratings on internally developed computer spreadsheet programs, as well as assisting with the coordination of department tasks.

Lynda LaCasse, Vice-President Credit Officer for Charter Bank, says “Sam joins the team with a wealth of knowledge as a credit analyst as well as business lending. He has such a positive energy, learns quickly and takes a sincere interest in the financial well-being of our customers. He’ll be a great addition to the team and I’m glad that he decided to join the Charter Bank family!”

Caswell is no stranger to Charter Bank! He worked at Charter Bank for almost 4 years as a Credit Analyst as well as a Business Banker at our Minnesota offices. “I have been in commercial banking for over 7 years; working in a small state bank with assets of $50 Million all the way to a multinational bank with $850 Billion in assets globally,” States Caswell. “When I heard Charter Bank had an opportunity in Eau Claire, I jumped at the chance to come back to the organization.  I’m looking forward to rejoining a great organization with amazing people.”

Caswell is originally from Red Wing, MN and was living downtown Minneapolis when he decided to pursue this opportunity at Charter Bank. He purchased a home in Chippewa Falls and is looking forward to exploring the area with his 6-year-old German Shorthaired Pointer, Maddie. Caswell is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Stout. “It’s a beautiful area and I am looking forward to moving out of the big city into a smaller community.  Eau Claire is the perfect size for me.  I get to work at a great organization in a great city,” states Caswell.