Bremer Bank, Elan team up to provide Bremer customers with a suite of credit cards

 

Minneapolis
Nov. 22, 2016

Elan Financial Services, a leading payment services provider, and Bremer Bank, a privately held, regional financial services company, have extended their long-term relationship to provide Bremer customers with industry-leading consumer credit products.

 

The renewed, multi-year agreement allows Bremer to continue to draw on Elan’s extensive credit card expertise and large support structure to provide their personal and business clients with a variety of credit card products and services.

“Bremer has been focused on growing organically, so Elan’s ability to provide back-office services for our personal and business credit cards has helped us focus our attention and resources on the big picture,” said Kimi Martin, Bremer’s chief marketing and communications officer.

 

Elan provides product development, customer service and regulatory compliance so Bremer employees can focus on training and matching consumers with the right card for their specific needs.

 

“Bremer Bank has always shown its commitment to providing its customers innovative, secure and convenient solutions,” said John Owens, senior vice president and general manager of Elan Credit Cards. “Extending our three-decade-long relationship furthers the bank’s commitment to meeting their customers’ credit card needs -- and exceeding their expectations.”

 

About Bremer

Bremer Financial Corp. is a privately held, $10 billion regional financial services company jointly owned by the Otto Bremer Trust and Bremer employees. Founded in 1943 by Otto Bremer, the company is headquartered in St. Paul, Minnesota, and provides a comprehensive range of banking, wealth management, investment, trust and insurance products and services throughout Minnesota, North Dakota and Wisconsin. To learn more, visit www.bremer.com

 "Elan’s ability to provide back-office services for our personal and business credit cards has helped us focus our attention and resources on the big picture."