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Mark DuBord, Business Banker in Fargo

Mark DuBord

Bank: 701.235.9906
Direct: 701.893.3905
Cell: 701.793.7890
Toll Free: 877.235.9906
Fax: 701.237.6599
Bank Email: [email protected]
Bank: Fargo South
Location: 1301 30th Ave S
Fargo, North Dakota 58103
Hours: 9 am – 5 pm, M-F
Drive-Up: 7:30 am – 6 pm, M-F
9 am – Noon, Sat
Night Depository & ATM

Driven to Help Your Business Achieve

While some business bankers may have knowledge of the Red River Valley, Mark DuBord lives it. A Fargo native who chose to make his home here, Mark has earned his reputation as a trusted advisor who listens to clients, then provides solid advice for their long-term business success.

Mark draws upon three decades of financial services experience in this region to provide exceptional advice to clients. He focuses on long-term client relationships—the type needed to help you sustain a lasting, successful business.

Areas of Expertise

  • Business lending
  • Succession planning
  • Risk management
  • Business acquisition

Education and Professional Credentials

  • Boulder, Colorado Graduate School of Banking
  • North Dakota School of Banking
  • Minnesota Commercial Lending School

The Rest of the Story

Mark’s knowledge of the region and emphasis on building business relationships that endure is legendary. He notes that his greatest reward is seeing clients succeed, based on sound financial guidance.

Mark listens to clients, and consistently provides solid, practical financial advice based on customer goals. He partners with customers to build long-standing business success. Mark led American Federal’s Fargo market to exceptional growth and now focuses on long-term advisory relationships with business clients.

For someone with deeply-rooted knowledge of the region’s business landscape, Mark is driven by his clients’ success. He invests time in his lifelong community, as well as in serving clients. Mark serves on the John Paul II Foundation Board, and served on the North Dakota Bankers Association Board for eight years, while serving as chairman for two years.

As a long-time Fargo area resident, Mark likes its big city feel with a small town atmosphere. In his spare time, you’ll find Mark at a lake place that has been in his family since 1957.