US - Amcore Investment Group has appointed Donald Doudna to its subsidiary, Investors Management Group, as senior vice president and manager of institutional development.
Doudna will be responsible for developing and managing a strategic business unit dedicated to serving existing and prospective non-profit clients in Amcore's markets in Illinois, Wisconsin and Iowa. He will also lead IMG's institutional business development staff in Des Moines.
Prior to joining the company, Doudna was with Securities Corporation of Iowa as executive vice president of business development. He has a long record of business development, including ten years as director of Insurance Development for Iowa Governor Terry Brandstad, and six years with Toyota Motor Credit Company.
*Amcore Investment Group provides trust, brokerage, investment management, mutual fund administration, employee benefit plan record keeping and is the investment advisor for the Vintage family of mutual funds.
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