U.S. Bank bankers Dee O' Dell (left), and Jim Kelligrew (right), stand inside the bank’s trading floor in Hearst Tower uptown. This week, the bank announced it is promoting Kelligrew to co-head its wholesale banking division. He will remain based in Charlotte.
U.S. Bank bankers Dee O' Dell (left), and Jim Kelligrew (right), stand inside the bank’s trading floor in Hearst Tower uptown. This week, the bank announced it is promoting Kelligrew to co-head its wholesale banking division. He will remain based in Charlotte. Robert Lahser rlahser@charlotteobserver.com
U.S. Bank bankers Dee O' Dell (left), and Jim Kelligrew (right), stand inside the bank’s trading floor in Hearst Tower uptown. This week, the bank announced it is promoting Kelligrew to co-head its wholesale banking division. He will remain based in Charlotte. Robert Lahser rlahser@charlotteobserver.com
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U.S. Bank promotes Charlotte executive to co-head of wholesale banking

January 07, 2016 1:21 PM

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