Banker has a people-first attitude in business and life

Dan Fagan’s original plan to become a financial planner was sidetracked when he took a job as a bank examiner at the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation after graduating with a finance degree from Northern Illinois University in 1993. But he has no regrets on that decision. As President and CEO of Tradition Capital Bank in Edina, Minn., he’s helping business owners and private banking individuals with all kinds of financial advice, and is acutely aware of the impact of his decisions.

“It’s all about the people and that’s the most important thing,” says Fagan, a 2011 . . .

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