Monday, July 27, 2009

Eagan Rotarian series #1


Anchor Bank President Arleen Sullivan has been at the helm of this bank in Eagan since March 2007. It's a strong, independent, family owned community bank founded in 1963. Anchored in Minnesota, the Bank now has 16 locations and 400 employees throughout the Twin Cities Metro Area. Anchor Bank floats $1.3 billion in assets and is a well capitalized bank with a client and community focus.

Arleen served as the Eagan Rotary Club president in 2007 - 2008! She's a real "mover and shaker" in Eagan! Congratulations, Arleen!

www.anchorlink.com

13 comments:

  1. dès fois on se sent tout petit ;o). Impressionnante cette ancre

    sometimes you feel very small ;o). This impressive anchor

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  2. I knew there had to be one solvent bank left.

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  3. Glad to know that family owned banks still exist and that this one is doing so well! Maybe Arleen could give lessons to some of these other banks presidents that aren't doing such a good job.

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  4. Nice bank, nice anchor, nice Arleen.

    These days, though, when you use the words banker and mover and shaker in the same sentence, I want to run the other way... ;-)

    Glad that Arleen is there to keep y'all in line! Just in case Allison is overwhelmed on occasion.

    Have a nice day!

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  5. Do they pay their executives obscene bonuses?

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  6. Quoting Jacob just altering the order:

    Nice Arleen, nice anchor, nice bank!

    Where do they found that huge anchor? It's not easy here to see something that big.

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  7. Hi Leif,

    A solid anchor for a solid bank-:)

    Best regards
    Asta

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  8. I'm always surprised by how many independent banks there are in the U.S. And some of them do so well!

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  9. Here in the UK people thought the bigger bank, the better. Well they were wrong and I think that they still really do not get it.
    Nice to see Arleen and her family bank are happy to do traditional banking.

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  10. And a stylish local headquarter as well.

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  11. Way to go Arleen.

    Portland, Oregon

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