First American Bank’s Brian Hagan Honored With the Apogee Award

MIAMI — December 2021: First American Bank is pleased to announce that Brian Hagan, the bank’s Florida Market President, is the 2021 recipient of the Apogee Award from South Florida Business & Wealth (SFBW) magazine. The Apogee Awards program recognizes C-suite executives in a variety of roles from Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach counties who have dedicated themselves to benefitting their communities through distinguished service and leadership. 

“I’m excited and honored to be acknowledged as a leader by this publication and am committed to working alongside our team at First American Bank to continue providing South Florida’s business owners with personalized financial services to help them achieve their goals,” said Hagan.

Hagan first joined First American Bank at their Chicago headquarters in 1985 as a financial analyst, and in 2014 relocated to Miami to spearhead the bank’s expansion into the South Florida market. During his tenure, he developed the bank’s analytical training program for commercial lenders and was instrumental in the creation and growth of numerous specialty lending products to serve middle-market businesses, including Tax Exempt Finance, Interest Rate Hedging and Trade Finance. Throughout his career, he has served as a volunteer and on charitable boards in education and social services, with an emphasis on healthcare. 

First American Bank is a privately held $5 billion community bank led by individuals who put their employees and clients first. With over 40 years of experience providing personalized financial solutions to clients throughout Florida, Illinois, and Wisconsin, our dedicated team of banking, commercial lending, and wealth advisory leaders are ready to solve a variety of financial problems of any scale.

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