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Joshua S. Hyman, EVP/Chief Legal Counsel

Joshua S. Hyman

Joshua graduated from Washington University School of Law in 1989. Since that time, Josh has been a banking lawyer in Chicago and New York and currently serves as Chief Legal Counsel for West Town Bank & Trust. Josh oversees the Legal, Compliance and HR departments for the Bank.

For more than 30 years, Josh grew and maintained a national banking practice whereby he represented hundreds of banks, credit unions, loan service providers and institutional note buyers on a wide spectrum of SBA issues. Josh has been recognized and approved as a “Leading Lawyer” by his peers in Illinois for nine straight years, a distinction earned by fewer than 5% of all lawyers registered to practice in Illinois.