U.S. Bank National Association Expands In Columbus, Ohio, Region
“U.S. Bank is excited to add new team members and looks forward to building on our foundation in Columbus and Central Ohio,” said Steve Bennett, Market President, Central Ohio, U.S. Bank. “When assessing the best long-term economic opportunities in various markets, we realized the finance and accounting workforce in the Columbus market is unparalleled.”
According to Columbus 2020, the news comes less than a year after U.S. Bank began its risk-focused operations in Columbus with nine employees. Recognizing the opportunity for growth in the Midwest and increased regulatory and customer demand, the company decided to expand in Columbus. Hiring for the new positions will begin in fall 2016.
“The City of Columbus is thrilled that U.S. Bank has chosen to expand in our community,” said Mayor Andrew J. Ginther of the City of Columbus. “These high paying jobs are a testament to the Columbus Region’s highly-skilled population.”
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