Ridgestone Bank Expands Commercial Lending in Wausau, Wis.

BROOKFIELD, Wis. (March 30, 2015) – Ridgestone Bank is pleased to announce the addition of Adam Siewert to its SBA and USDA Commercial Lending Team as a Business Development Associate.  Siewert will focus on developing opportunities with small and mid-sized businesses that would benefit from alternative loan structuring by offering options to traditional banking models.  Ridgestone Bank’s Central Wisconsin loan production office is located on N. 3rd Street in Washington Square in Wausau.

Siewert has more than eight years of commercial banking experience, with extensive experience in credit.  His expertise in underwriting, financial analysis, loan structuring and risk assessment will benefit business borrowers at Ridgestone Bank.  Siewert is involved in several community organizations such as Whitetails Unlimited – River Valley, United Way, the Women’s Community and the Humane Society.

“The addition of Adam to our lending team reinforces our commitment to providing lending options to businesses throughout the State of Wisconsin,” said Bruce Lammers, president and CEO of Ridgestone Bank.  “As one of the largest SBA and USDA lenders in the state, we look forward to working with business owners in Central Wisconsin.” 

Ridgestone Bank is a privately-held bank with locations in Brookfield, Wis. and Schaumburg, Ill., as well as lending teams in Indianapolis, Green Bay, Wis., Appleton, Wis., Wausau, Wis., Nashville, Tenn., Cleveland, Ohio and Southern California.  Founded in 1995, the bank is a leader in small business and government guaranteed lending nationwide.  Distinguished by the SBA as an “SBA Preferred Lender,” Ridgestone Bank is a top 10 SBA lender in the nation is the number one SBA lender in Illinois and is the number one SBA lender in its asset size in Wisconsin.  Ridgestone Bank is a leader in USDA lending in the United States and has been recognized as a valued partner by the USDA for its commitment to small businesses.  For more information, or visit

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