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Bank of America names two senior VPs in Denver

They will serve middle-market companies


Bank of America Merrill Lynch has named Christian Bienvenu and Carroll Steger as senior vice presidents and senior client managers serving middle market companies with annual revenues of $50 million to $2 billion. Based in Denver, they will be responsible for building relationships with clients and helping them meet their financial goals.

Bienvenu joins the Bank from UMB Financial, where he served as business development officer and commercial relationship manager since 2008.  Previously, he has also worked in commercial and personal banking at Bank of the West and JP Morgan Chase. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration from Castleton State College in Vermont.    

Steger joins the Bank from USBANK, where she served as vice president and commercial banking relationship manager.  Her previous experience includes working in business banking, wholesale banking, portfolio management, project finance, corporate finance and financial consulting at Wells Fargo, Colorado National Bank, Ernst & Young, GE Capital, Republic Bank and her own firm, TCG Capital Advisors.

Steger currently volunteers with Warren Village, Mile High United Way Career Boot Camp and Habitat for Humanity.  Previously she served as president of the Commerce City Rotary Club; vocational service chair and membership chair of the Rotary, District 5450; board member of Project Safeguard, and member of the Association for Corporate Growth and Society of Mining Engineers.

She earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from University of Texas

More information is available at www.BankofAmerica.com.

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