Fifth Third Bank names banking relationship head
by MDJ staff
July 12, 2014 08:06 PM | 2111 views | 0 0 comments | 12 12 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Jason Sleeman
Jason Sleeman
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Fifth Third Bank, which has several locations in the area, announced that Jason Sleeman was promoted to business banking relationship manager at Fifth Third Bank’s Georgia affiliate. In his new role, Sleeman will work with business owners to manage lending, deposits and cash flow needs, allowing them to maximize their banking relationship. 

Sleeman has 13 years of banking experience in the Atlanta market, most recently as an assistant vice president/financial center manager at Fifth Third Bank. In this role, he led a team of retail banking employees to achieve monthly sales goals by working with both consumer and commercial clients. He also served as the small business hub leader for five Fifth Third financial centers in the North Atlanta region.

“Jason’s promotion to business banking relationship manager was a natural fit based on his experience and leadership in this market,” said Mike Dunlap, Fifth Third Bank’s Georgia affiliate president. “Jason’s expertise in working closely with business owners and as a team leader is an asset to our Fifth Third Atlanta team.”

Sleeman attended the University of Georgia and is involved in the local community. He participates in several organizations, including Cobb Youth Leadership, the East Cobb Area Council and the Cobb Young Professionals. Within the last three years, he started a charity golf tournament with the Cobb Young Professionals organization.

Fifth Third Bancorp is a diversified financial services company headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio. The company has $130 billion in assets and operates 17 affiliates with 1,311 full-service Banking Centers, including 104 Bank Mart locations, most open seven days a week, inside select grocery stores and 2,614 ATMs in Georgia, Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Michigan, Illinois, Florida, Tennessee, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Missouri and North Carolina.

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