Ravenscroft Receives National Recognition

By Joyce Dimaculangan

ICBA Independent Banker®, the award-winning magazine of the Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA) and a number one source for community banking news, named Dan Ravenscroft, Regional Vice President of Royal Bank in Elroy, as Outstanding Lender for 2014.

Ravenscroft is one of the eight outstanding community bank lenders who represent the Dan Ravenscroft Royal Bank in Elroybest of community banking. Banking peers nominated the eight community bankers based on their knowledge, professionalism and integrity in serving individuals, families, nonprofit organizations and small businesses throughout their communities.

“Dan emulates what it means to be a community banking lender,” commented Jack Heding, Royal Bank president. He added that, “He is deeply invested in cultivating the customer relationship and finding viable financial solutions to meet specific customer needs.”

Ravenscroft feels much honor in being recognized as an outstanding lender by ICBA Independent Banker magazine. He said, “It’s humbling to be recognized among great leaders in the community banking industry.”

According to Heding, their customers leave Ravenscroft’s office with an experience. He revealed that, “It doesn’t matter the size of the deal. When people walk out of Dan’s office, they feel like they’ve been treated as if their deal is the only deal he has.” Ravenscroft is deeply involved in cultivating customer relationships and finding financial solutions to meet the specific needs of each customer.

About Royal Bank
Royal Bank, with assets of $320 million, is a full-service community bank operating 15 offices serving the rural and small-town areas of south and central Wisconsin. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of Royal Bancshares, Inc. For more information, visit www.royalbank-usa.com.

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