Rebecca Bitting, CTFA, CRSPRebecca Bitting, CTFA, CRSP

Assistant Vice President, Trust Officer

"Assisting clients and their families by helping them plan for and go through some of the most important financial events in their lives is extremely rewarding.  I consider it an honor to be able to assist these clients daily and to provide them with the individualized service that they desire and deserve."                                  — Rebecca Bitting


Personal Profile

Rebecca is a graduate of Black Hawk College and Western Illinois University. She and her husband, Scott, are lifelong residents of the Quad Cities and have two children. Rebecca enjoys hiking, cooking and spending time with her family and friends.

Professional Experience

Rebecca has over 33 years of experience in banking, a majority of which is in the Trust and Estate area. She also has extensive experience in the area of IRA’s and 401(k)s. Rebecca joined Northwest Bank’s Investment Management Group (IMG) in May, 2016. She holds her Certified Trust & Financial Advisor (CTFA) designation and her Certified Retirement Services Professional (CRSP) designation. Rebecca is also a graduate of the Cannon Financial Trust School and the National Employee Benefit Trust School. As a result of her years of experience and her education, Rebecca is able to provide clients with excellent service, and by understanding their individual needs she can help them meet their financial goals.

Current Community Involvement

Rebecca has been involved as a volunteer with a number of civic and charitable organizations, such as United Way, Festival of Trees, Junior Board of Rock Island, Race for the Cure, Alleman High School, and Salvation Army. She is a member of Sacred Heart Church in Moline and is also a current member of the Quad City Estate Planning Council.

Contact

Contact Rebecca by phone at 563.388.2575.
 


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