Jane Turbes: From Farm Girl to Finance Professional

Growing up on a farm in southern Minnesota as the youngest of eight children, Jane Turbes developed a strong work ethic from an early age. Her parents passed away while she was still young, and she has had diabetes since she was ten years old. It wasn’t easy, but these experiences would set the foundation of hard work and determination that Jane would require to become a financial genius she is today.

Over the course of nearly 20 years, Jane Turbes has gained extensive knowledge in the finance industry. Through her experience with various financial institutions, she has worked in credit analysis, real estate transactions and development, mortgage processing, underwriting, loan servicing, investment properties, among many others. Her work as a loan officer right out of college allowed her to taste the business environment that she would work in for the rest of her career. Her early work experiences taught her what to expect, and so far, she has put that knowledge to great use.

Jane Turbes credits her upbringing to the strong work ethic she displays every day, as well as helping her make wise business decisions. Over the years, clients have come to rely on her informed decision making when choosing investment plans or allowing Jane to run million-dollar portfolios.

To be a successful business professional, Jane Turbes has learnt the value of providing quality customer service, in addition to growing her communication and interpersonal skills. Dealing with client is not always easy, but Jane has managed to cater to each of her client’s requirements, in the process becoming a valuable leader and professional both at the workplace and in the community.


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