Greg Seppanen One of 40 Under 40 Named to Prestigious American Bankers Association Group
Published on December 16, 2020 | Posted in News & Events
Greg Seppanen, Vice President / Senior Trust Officer at Superior National Bank is one of only 40 wealth management and fiduciary professionals in America being recognized by the American Bankers Association as a member of the 40 Under 40 in Wealth Management, Class of 2021. The honors come to Greg because of his commitment to customer success and his leadership in the Trust and Wealth Management department of the bank. The American Bankers Association recognizes 40 under 40 members for the highest standards of achievement at work and in their communities.
Chris Gariepy, Vice President / Director of Trust and Wealth Management at Superior National Bank says that “Greg is so deserving of this award. He is tireless in his work to help customers grow their financial future. Greg’s dedication to his profession, leadership skills and passion for helping people be successful is inspiring to all. I am very proud of Greg and thrilled that his expertise can directly benefit Superior National Bank Customers”.
With a dedicated Trust and Wealth Management team, Superior National Bank brings customers outstanding Investment Management, Comprehensive Financial Planning, Trust & Estate Administration, and Retirement Services. As fiduciaries that are an integral part of a hometown bank, the entire team is devoted to always putting the customer interest first.
Greg has over 16 years in the Financial Services Industry, and over 12 years with Superior National Bank. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Financial Planning from Franklin University and several industry designations such as Certified Financial Planner™, Certified Trust and Fiduciary Advisor and Accredited Investment Fiduciary. Greg also holds the Series 7 and Series 66 securities industry licenses and the Michigan Life & Health insurance license.
The 10-member Trust and Wealth Management Team at Superior National Bank serves customers in the banks market areas of the Upper Peninsula and Southeast Michigan.