German American Bank Strengthens Louisville Commercial Banking Team with Addition of Greg DeMuth

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German American Bank has announced that the financial services team serving the Greater Louisville business community has grown with the addition of Greg DeMuth. As a Market Executive, Greg will drive the delivery of German American Bank’s innovative banking solutions with a focus on client relationships and quality local service.

Greg comes to German American with in excess of thirty-five years of experience in banking, specializing in strategic relationship building with closely-held businesses. He earned a Bachelor's degree from Bellarmine University and has maintained a strong focus on community throughout his career.  He is passionate about giving back and currently serves as a board member for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation - Indiana and Kentucky Chapter. He has previously served as a board member for the Catholic Education Foundation, YMCA of Greater Louisville, Health Enterprises Network and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Kentuckiana.

“We are thrilled to welcome Greg to the Louisville commercial banking team.  His experience and knowledge of the Louisville business community further strengthens our commitment to being a top provider of business solutions,” states Jason Adler, German American Bank Louisville Market President. “Greg’s relationship-driven approach, centered on providing customized financial solutions, makes him a great fit for German American.”

“I am excited to join the German American Bank team and to work with business owners as a valuable, effective banking resource," said DeMuth. "As a Market Executive, I am motivated to be a trusted partner for my clients, working each day to help them achieve their objectives. I am excited to build upon the values and impressive success of German American Bank by focusing on the unique needs of individuals and businesses in our community.”

Greg may be contacted at 502-267-3515 or by email at greg.. For more information about German American Business Banking, visit

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