North Shore Bank today announced that Margaret Capper, the bank’s senior vice president – commercial banking, has been named to BizTimes Media’s Notable Commercial Banking Leaders feature.
This accomplishment recognizes outstanding executives in commercial banking in Southeastern Wisconsin for their success and accomplishments in the past year.
“I’m honored to have been recognized among these notable commercial bankers. I’m proud to work with an outstanding team of colleagues, community partners, and customers who continue to show their support of one another, the community, and the banking industry,” said Capper.
Within the past year, Capper led her lending team with supporting areas through PPP loans, partnered with Latino Chamber of Commerce of Southeastern Wisconsin to create a revolving loan fund for Latino businesses, spearheaded the bank’s partnership with The Lonely Entrepreneur to identify 11 Wisconsin Black entrepreneurs to gain access to a learning community, and more.
“We have always considered Margaret to be a notable commercial banking leader, so we’re pleased that her dedication, commitment, and care to cultivate a collaborative workplace and community has been recognized in this way,” said Jay McKenna, president of North Shore Bank.
Capper is on the Finance Council at her alma mater Divine Savior Holy Angels, teaches financial literacy to juniors at Marquette University High School, and is a trustee at Christ King Parish for the past nine years, where she has been involved in finance, school budgeting, and establishing an electronic payment program for tuition.