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Jeff Campbell accepts risk management position with Starion Financial

Jeff Campbell will help support enterprise risk management for Starion Financial and all 13 of its bank locations in North Dakota and Wisconsin, effective Jan. 1, 2013.

Campbell will proactively identify opportunities for investment and enterprise growth and help minimize unnecessary exposure for the financial institution. He will help appropriately manage risk tolerance to maintain sound business practices while maximizing profitability. The new position will be based in the Starion audit and compliance division in Mandan.

Campbell will proactively identify opportunities for investment and enterprise growth and help minimize unnecessary exposure for the financial institution. He will help appropriately manage risk tolerance to maintain sound business practices while maximizing profitability. The new position will be based in the Starion audit and compliance division in Mandan.

Campbell has been market president of Starion Financial branches in Dunseith, Rolla and Bottineau since the company merged with Security State Bank in October 2011. Prior to the merger, he was the chief executive officer and president of Security State Bank.

Campbell has more than 30 years of bank experience. He is a graduate of Minot State University and the Graduate School of Banking at the University of Colorado at Boulder.

“As we begin the recruiting process for a new market president of the Bottineau, Dunseith and Rolla banks, we will look for someone to carry on the same family and community values as Jeff and the rest of the Starion team,” Larson said. “I have known Jeff for many years, and I want to ensure his successor upholds the same values and integrity that Jeff has demonstrated in these communities.”

Starion Financial is a family-owned community bank and financial services organization. The company began in Oakes, N.D., in 1969 and has 13 locations throughout Bismarck-Mandan, Bottineau, Dunseith, Rolla, Ellendale, Oakes and Fargo, N.D., and Middleton, Wis.