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Odin selected for banking honors

Jan Odin is a 2016 selection for Outstanding Women in Banking honors. The recognition, sponsored by Clifton Larson Allen, is presented by Northwestern Financial Review magazine.

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Jan Odin

Jan Odin is a 2016 selection for Outstanding Women in Banking honors. The recognition, sponsored by Clifton Larson Allen, is presented by Northwestern Financial Review magazine.

Odin has worked at Unison Bank, Jamestown, since 1973. When she started, the bank was called Stutsman County State Bank. During her 42 years of banking, she has worked her way up from loan secretary to senior vice president of operations.

Today, Unison Bank has $270 million in assets and 55 employees including offices in North Dakota and Arizona. She remains directly responsible for core processing, information technology and cyber security, disaster recovery, Gramm-Leach-Bliley reporting and asset liability management. She is a director of the holding company and is secretary of the bank’s board.

“For Jan Odin, the title SVP of operations covers the responsibilities of CFO, COO, chief IT officer and risk manager. Much of the bank reports to her,” said Kelly Rachel, president of the bank, who has worked with Odin for 32 years. “When she retires, her responsibilities will need to be delegates to two or three positions.”

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