Shaun Barry

Oct 02 2017

Meet Hills Bank’s Treasury Management Team: Linn County


At Hills Bank, Treasury Management is the team of individuals that handles everything with a commercial relationship other than the actual loan. It encompasses everything from opening a business account to payroll to movement of money between multiple locations. Watch as our Treasury Management team members in the Linn County area introduce themselves and explain what they enjoy about working with local business owners throughout the Eastern Iowa Corridor.

Learn more about Hills Bank’s Treasury Management team in Linn County and what they can do for your Business:

Hills Bank’s Treasury Management team is diverse in expertise, so you are paired with someone that works best with you and your business. We will work with you to identify needs and find efficiencies so business owners can focus on their business.

If you are interested in learning more about the products and services our Hills Bank Treasury Management team can provide, visit us at and schedule an appointment online today!

Shaun Barry

About Shaun Barry

Shaun Barry is a Vice President, Treasury Management Team Leader at Hills Bank’s Cedar Rapids location on Williams Blvd SW. He has been at Hills Bank since 2013 helping business owners on day-to-day banking needs with the goal to save business owners time, money, and make their finances easier. Shaun can be reached at

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