Bremer Expands Private Client Services; Hires Rudeen as Vice President and Private Banker
St. Paul, Minn.– September 6, 2007 –Bremer Bank recently expanded its Private Client Services team with the hire of Todd A. Rudeen as vice president and private banker. Rudeen will focus on serving private clients identifying financial solutions to meet their goals. He will be located at the Bremer Lawson location in St. Paul
Prior to joining Bremer, Rudeen spent five years as an assistant vice president and private banker at Associated Bank in Eagan. Rudeen has also held several other bank positions, including credit analyst, branch manager and collections manager. He has more than 16 years of banking experience.
“Todd comes to us with tremendous experience working with executives, professionals and business owners,” said Randy Rageth, senior vice president in Private Client Services at Bremer. “We look forward to having Todd on our team as we look to take action on behalf of our clients in identifying the right financial solutions to meet their needs.”
Rudeen has a bachelors degree in economics from Metropolitan State University. He is a current member of the St. Paul Chamber of Commerce and has served as a board member for the Grand Avenue Business Association.
Bremer Financial Corporation
Bremer Financial Corporation is a privately-held, $7.0 billion regional financial services company jointly owned by its employees and the Otto Bremer Foundation. This unique ownership structure is the only one of its kind in the nation. Founded in 1943 by Otto Bremer, the company is headquartered in St. Paul, Minnesota and provides a comprehensive range of banking, investment, trust and insurance services to more than 100 locations in Minnesota, North Dakota and Wisconsin. Company profits are distributed in the form of charitable grants by the Otto Bremer Foundation to communities served by Bremer. In 2006, more than $30 million in charitable donations were given across the Bremer footprint and employees donated nearly 76,000 volunteer hours to their communities.