Once the regulator, banker takes to leadership

In the 10-and-a-half years since Brad Koehn became president at F&M Bank in West Point, Neb., the bank has posted what Koehn calls “quality strategic growth.” What was viewed almost exclusively as an ag bank has since bridged into the broader market, doubling its installment loan portfolio and establishing a reputation as a full-service bank. The bank added an in-house IT system, built a new headquarters in West Point, opened a loan production office that grew into a full-service branch in Gretna, and worked doggedly to help its many livestock customers weather . . .

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