WoodTrust Bank recently began expanding its Plover office to accommodate increased customer growth in Portage County and the need for a formal trust and investment presence, the Wisconsin Rapids-based financial institution announced this week.
Jim Firminhac, who recently joined the WoodTrust Asset Management as vice president of personal trust services, will permenantly relocate to the Plover office once the expansion is complete, according to a WoodTrust news release. The project is slated for completion by Nov. 1.
Formerly Wood County National Bank, WoodTrust opened its Plover office in 1996, offering a complete line of traditional commercial and retail banking services, according to the news release. It has five other branches in Wisconsin, including in the Wisconsin Rapids area and in Wausau, and in Scottsdale, Ariz.