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About the Trust Division

Union Bank and Trust is a state chartered and FDIC-insured commercial bank located in Minnesota. The Trust Division was established with the specific purpose of providing trustee and custody services to employee benefit plans and personal trust services to individuals.

We offer the highest quality services available in the market place at the lowest possible cost - and this is why we are the fastest growing trust operation in the Upper Midwest.

The outstanding quality and value of the services we offer has led to the formation of alliances with some of the finest providers of investment management and administration services in the country. Through these alliances we provide trustee services for retirement plans and individual personal trusts.

Our knowledgeable and professional staff, with an average of 15 years trust experience, is dedicated to ensuring our clients receive the finest service delivered in a competent and friendly manner.

Our trust accounting system allows us to set the highest standards for accuracy and reliability in trust reporting and services offered.

With over $8 billion in assets, UB Trust Division is big enough to ensure safe and efficient service and small enough to provide the personalized service no longer available from the larger banks. In this day of bank mergers, it is also comforting to know that, because of our unique ownership, it is highly unlikely that we would ever be a merger or take-over target.

We would welcome an opportunity to provide you with more detailed information or answer any questions you might have.


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Products and services offered through the Trust Division of Union Bank & Trust are not insured by FDIC, are not a deposit or other obligation of, or guaranteed by, the depository institution, and are subject to investment risks including possible loss of the principal amount invested.