Think Mutual Bank is pleased to announce that Heather Rivers has accepted the position of Financial Advisor. Rivers will work in the bank’s Green Meadows location in southwest Rochester.
Rivers joined Think Mutual Bank in October, 2018 as a Financial Planning Associate, and was promoted to Financial Advisor on August 12, 2019.
Prior to her work at Think, Rivers held a variety of roles in finance. She started her career as a bank teller before shifting to positions where she managed local small businesses’ accounting and helped coordinate employees’ 401(k) accounts and retirement plans. Rivers has also worked in an administrative role in the Rochester Public Schools district office.
Rivers earned her bachelor’s degree in accounting at the Minnesota School of Business.
Rick Decker, Vice President of Think Financial Planning, says, “We are thrilled to add Heather to our team. Her many professional strengths include her broad financial knowledge, her exceptional ability to connect meaningfully with people, and her commitment to building long-term relationships. We know she will provide our customers with quality care and service.”
Rivers says, “As a Financial Advisor, it’s exciting and rewarding to learn about peoples’ financial goals and then help them make a plan to achieve those goals. I love meeting clients face-to-face and building relationships with them. Serving as a resource through the different stages of a client’s life is an honor.”
Think Mutual Bank is a community bank headquartered in Rochester, Minnesota, with ten full-service offices in Rochester, Apple Valley, Eagan, Edina, and St. Paul. Think focuses on consumers and businesses, providing a full array of banking, mortgage, financial planning, and insurance services.
The financial advisors of Think Financial Planning offer securities and advisory services through Commonwealth Financial Network®, member FINRA/SIPC, a Registered Investment Adviser. Investments are not insured by the FDIC and are not deposits or other obligations of, or guaranteed by, any depository institution. Funds are subject to investment risks, including possible loss of principal investment. Think Mutual Bank is not a registered broker-dealer or Registered Investment Adviser. Think Mutual Bank and Commonwealth are separate and unaffiliated entities.