Jaron Larson Promoted to Commercial Lender at National Bank of Commerce’s Duluth Branch

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
January 6, 2017

 

National Bank of Commerce (NBC), the area’s largest, locally-owned, full-service community bank, has further expanded its Business Banking Department by promoting Jaron Larson from Credit Analyst to Commercial Lender.

Jaron hails from Rockford, MN, west of the Twin Cities metro area and has five years of banking experience under his feet, all with NBC. Prior to beginning his banking career, Jaron attended the University of Minnesota- Duluth where he achieved a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting with a minor in Finance. While earning his Bachelor’s degree, Jaron also spent two years as a tax intern with a local CPA firm in Duluth.

Continuing to work from NBC’s Duluth branch, he will be responsible for building and maintaining a commercial lending portfolio while working with commercial clients to meet their financial goals and objectives. Jaron commented, “I’m excited about the new opportunities and look forward to formulating lending solutions that make the commercial banking experience easy for my clients, all the while balancing risk assessments and our ever growing regulatory requirements.”

SVP, Lead Commercial Banker Eric Albrecht states; “Jaron has truly demonstrated a passion for becoming a commercial lender and the value of relationships. With his extensive background in credit and his drive to learn and succeed, we are thrilled to have him as the newest addition to our commercial lending team.“

Jaron frequently attends Duluth Chamber, Fuse Duluth, and Hermantown Chamber events. He looks forward to getting more involved in local civic organizations as he becomes more familiar with his new role.

 

National Bank of Commerce is headquartered in downtown Superior and also has banks in midtown Superior, Duluth, Hermantown, Poplar and Solon Springs. The bank’s web address is nbcbanking.com.

 

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