The Minnesota Bankers Association (MBA) has appointed Mark White, President of First National Bank, Coleraine, as its new Vice Chair/Treasurer of the MBA’s Board of Directors.
The MBA Board of Directors is the policymaking and governing body of the MBA. White began a one-year term at the business meeting of the MBA held in conjunction with its 2016 Annual Conference in Rochester on June 14. He previously served a three-year term representing District 8.
Other officers include Chair Gail Mikolich, COO of Northeast Bank, Minneapolis; Immediate Past Chair Dean Toft, CEO of HomeTown Bank in Redwood Falls; and MBA President/CEO Joe Witt. Elected officers serve as members of the MBA Board of Directors, which is the policymaking and governing body for the MBA.
“We are thrilled to welcome Mark to this important leadership role on the board, and look forward to his contributions over the next year,” said Joe Witt, President/CEO of the MBA.
As the state’s largest trade association devoted exclusively to the representation of commercial banks, the Minnesota Bankers Association is the champion for Minnesota bankers. The MBA was founded in 1889 and represents 95% of Minnesota’s chartered banks. The MBA supports its member banks as they work to ensure vital communities throughout the state. For more information, visit the website at www.minnbankers.com.