Bradley named CEO at United Prairie BankWORTHINGTON — Scott D. Bradley has been named chief executive officer of United Prairie Bank by its board of directors.
By: Daily Globe, Worthington Daily Globe
WORTHINGTON — Scott D. Bradley has been named chief executive officer of United Prairie Bank by its board of directors.
Bradley has been working for United Prairie Bank since 1999. His leadership skills and depth of experience have given him the opportunity to grow and excel within the company.
“Scott has been a proven leader in our company for more than 10 years,” commented Stuart J. Sneer, president of the 13-location United Prairie Bank. “His experience in managing our branches have prepared him for this new role very well. The way he excelled within our company makes him a natural leader for our organization.”
Bradley’s career in banking started in 1983 as a loan officer in Iowa. In 1999, Bradley started working for United Prairie Bank as the executive vice president of the Worthington location. His success in managing the general operation of multiple United Prairie Bank locations gave him the opportunity to continue to grow in the company. In 2004, he was promoted to the position of president of the Mountain Lake branch. Other highlights at United Prairie Bank include regional president of eight branches and most recently chief risk management officer of the company.
“I am very excited to lead a dedicated staff of over 200 people and continue to offer great service and products to the communities we serve,” said Bradley.” United Prairie Bank’s culture stresses the importance of community banking, great service to our customers and the well-being of our employees.”
“As the CEO, United Prairie Bank will continue those traditions while working with our team to further enhance products and services in our marketplaces to maintain a sustainable competitive edge in the financial industry,” he said.
United Prairie Bank has 13 branch locations in central and southern Minnesota. The company’s headquarters is located in Mankato.