Kenny Hack is a Dean’s List Graduate of Central Michigan University where he received a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an emphasis in Entrepreneurship.
He started in the mortgage industry over fourteen years ago where he gained experience working as a mortgage broker, loan officer, account executive, and a lender. Kenny has extensive experience in personal lending, business lending, and well-developed professional management and coaching skills.
Through his association with Wells Fargo Private Bank, Kenny cultivated a client base of affluent, high net worth individuals and families. Working to meet the unique needs of these clients honed his focus on individualized service, comprehensive communication, and trust; all built on transparency as he kept clients engaged through the entire process.
Kenny’s time at National Bank of Arizona expanded his knowledge and experience beyond personal loans to focus on working with businesses. In this capacity he helped families and business owners look at both sides of their balance sheet to make the best, most informed decisions to advance and support their goals.
As a Banker for MidFirst’s Scottsdale and Shea Branch, Kenny was the number one producer in Deposits and Loans for AZ retail banking centers, and achieved this after just 4 months of being there. Further proving his ability to adapt and produce quickly, he achieved the highest performance incentive level in three of his first four months on the job.
Kenny’s client base includes some of Scottsdale’s highest net worth families and affluent individuals; including business owners, corporate executives, physicians, attorneys, dentists, CPA’s, realtors, financial advisors, professional athletes, and investors. He is comfortable in any setting and understands how to talk to people from all walks of life.
In addition to his significant professional accomplishments, Kenny is also a highly regarded soccer coach. He currently coaches the Scottsdale Soccer Blackhawks Club and Notre Dame Prep HS boys soccer team.