FLINT — Citizens Bank Wealth Management announced Brad Fogleman has been named Senior Vice President and Business Development Manager for the wealth management division. In this position he will be responsible for driving the division’s sales initiatives and growth strategy.
He will also lead a team of business development officers located throughout the company’s market area.
Ken Duetsch, Executive Vice President and Director of Citizens Bank Wealth Management, said, “I am very pleased to have someone with Brad’s skill and experience in this important position. Brad will apply his business insight to help strengthen our position as an established and first-class wealth management services provider.”
Prior to rejoining Citizens, Fogleman was President of Trade Winds Financial, LLC, which provides business and financial management consulting services for consumers and businesses.
In 1978, Fogleman started his 30 year career in financial services at Citizens Bank in Flint. He held several positions at Citizens including Senior Vice President, Private Banking, Senior Vice President and Delivery Administrator, Senior Vice President and Manager Corporate Communications & Marketing, Senior Vice President and Corporate Sales Manager, Executive Vice President Citizens Bank, Jackson, MI , Senior Vice President & Chief Operating Officer National Bank of Royal Oak (which was acquired by Citizens in 1993), Vice President & Manager Corporate Delivery Systems and Vice President and Manager Revolving Credit Division.
He received a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Northwood University. Fogleman has completed the Graduate School of Retail Bank Management, University of Virginia; Robert Morris Association (RMA) Advanced School of Commercial Lending, Michigan State University; and ABA Graduate School of Bankcard Management, Northwestern University.
Fogleman has been actively involved with many Michigan cultural and charitable organizations including Flint Institute of Music as the Immediate Past Chairman, Board of Trustees Member and Chairman and Board Development Committee. He also serves on the Flint Cultural Center Corporation Board of Directors. Fogleman has served on numerous boards and chaired several committees for organizations including Boys and Girls Club of Greater Flint; Salvation Army, Royal Oak; South Oakland YMCA; Jackson YMCA; Jackson Symphony Orchestra; Jackson Affordable Housing and many more. — G.G.