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Bremer Financial Corporation adds Travis Hoaglund to its Senior Executive Team

06.10.19
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Bremer Financial Corporation recently named Travis Hoaglund its Executive Vice President of Financial Solutions, effective immediately.

Travis joined Bremer in late 2017 as Insurance President, following a nearly 20-year career at Federated Mutual Insurance. During his time at Bremer, Travis has demonstrated exceptional leadership in motivating and inspiring partnerships. Now as an EVP, Travis joins Bremer’s senior executive team, and is responsible for leading Bremer’s mortgage, insurance, wealth and institutional advisory businesses.

“There is a tremendous opportunity for us to deepen current customer relationships and to build new ones, and Travis’ work will be critical in that effort,” said Bremer Bank President and CEO Jeanne Crain. “Travis bolsters the strategic talents of our senior executive team, helping both our customers and Bremer achieve their goals.”

“I’m thrilled to begin this new chapter in my personal journey at Bremer Bank,” Hoaglund said. “Bremer is moving forward in a fast-changing world with a focus on cultivating thriving communities, and I am so excited to be a part of that work. Bremer’s promise to customers is to work harder and smarter together to find new and better ways to grow. For 75 years we’ve lived that promise, and I’m energized by the opportunity to bring these teams even closer together to help execute that vision.”

About Bremer Financial Corporation

Bremer Financial Corporation is a privately held, $13 billion regional financial services company jointly owned by the Otto Bremer Trust and Bremer employees. Founded in 1943 by Otto Bremer, the company is headquartered in St. Paul, Minnesota and provides a comprehensive range of banking, mortgage, investment, wealth management, trust and insurance products and services throughout Minnesota, North Dakota and Wisconsin. Clients include small businesses, mid-sized corporations, agribusinesses, nonprofits, public and government entities, and individuals and families.