Juan F. Ortiz
Title: Senior Vice President-Banking Services- Wealth management
Name of Organization: Northern Trust Corporation
Juan F. Ortiz brings to his current role more than 15 years of experience in the banking industry. This experience includes commercial lending, business banking and retail branch management.
In his role as the Manager of Banking Services, he manages a centralized banking team for loans and deposits across the country. He sets the tone for the client service culture, growth opportunities and expectations around servicing our clients.
Prior to joining Northern Trust in 2015, Juan held roles in business banking and business development at Wintrust Bank and as a branch manager with U.S. Bank/Park National Bank.
Ortiz earned his bachelor’s degree in finance from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and earned his master’s in business administration with a concentration in finance from National Louis University.
In addition to his role as senior vice president in Wealth Management Banking Services, Ortiz is president of the Latin Heritage Leadership Business Resource at the Northern Trust. He also sits on Northern Trust’s Business Resource Advisory Council and is co-chair of Northern Trust’s United Way Leadership Committee.
During his career, Ortiz has developed an expertise in relationship management, which includes handling and expanding relationships with clients and employees. His experience in lending includes commercial real estate, C&I, SBA and investment secured lending. He also has a strong retail banking, community development and CRA background.
In addition to Ortiz’ professional background he is committed to community involvement and volunteers at the Casa Catalina and Catholic Charities food pantries, serves as a coach for the Oak Park girls Youth Softball league, and previously served on the school board for the St. John Berchman school and was on the loan committees for the Women’s Business Development Center and Accion Chicago.
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