Dubuque Bank and Trust has named Tyson Leyendecker as president and CEO. Leyendecker will replace Tut Fuller, the bank’s president and CEO since 2017, who has been promoted to regional president at Heartland Financial USA, DB&T’s holding company, which was recently rebranded as HTLF. The promotions are effective July 1. In Fuller’s new role, he will oversee all banking operations of HTLF’s banking franchises in Iowa, Wisconsin, Illinois, Kansas and Texas. Over the past four years with Dubuque Bank & Trust, Fuller oversaw the rejuvenation of the bank and its leadership team, including the addition of Leyendecker and other key leaders. The Dubuque bank’s profits have increased by 60% since 2017 and deposits have grown by 50%. Leyendecker has more than 15 years of experience in the banking industry. He joined DB&T in 2017 as the commercial banking leader and most recently was promoted to market president and executive vice president, overseeing all revenue-producing lines. The state-chartered bank which has more than $1.9 billion in assets with branches in Greater Dubuque and in Clive. In late May Dubuque Bank and Trust updated its logo with the tagline “Powered by HTLF,” representing the technology, efficiency and strength that HTLF provides.