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Farm Credit Mid-America names Mark Hanna Chief Risk Officer

Farm Credit Mid-America recently announced that Mark Hanna is the agriculture financial cooperative’s new Chief Risk Officer.

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Farm Credit Mid-America recently announced that Mark Hanna is the agriculture financial cooperative’s new Chief Risk Officer. Hanna joins the Association with significant experience with John Deere Financial.

As Chief Risk Officer, Hanna will oversee Farm Credit Mid-America’s risk management framework, including significant policies and practices, and leadership on overall risk governance and mitigation in areas including credit, operational, asset/liability, market, liquidity, enterprise security, and reputational risk.

At Deere, Hanna served as director, Risk Analytic; director of Enterprise Risk Management, Insurance Risk Management and Loan Review; director of Wholesale Credit and Account Management; manager of Interest Rate Risk Management; project manager of Risk Analytics; and risk analyst. He also worked as a biostatistician at Indiana University School of Medicine.

Hanna has a degree in Mathematical Sciences and a Master’s in Statistics from the University of Kentucky, and an MBA with an emphasis on Finance from Indiana University.

* Loans and leases are subject to credit approval. Additional terms and conditions may apply. Farm Credit Mid-America is an equal opportunity lender.

† Patronage is an annual decision made by the Board of Directors to return earnings to eligible customers. To learn more about patronage or patronage eligibility, please visit our Patronage page.

Farm Credit Mid-America territory includes Arkansas, Indiana, Kentucky, Missouri, Ohio and Tennessee. Arkansas includes Clay, Craighead, Crittenden, Cross, Desha (northeast of the White River), Greene, Lee, Mississippi, Phillips, Poinsett, and St. Francis counties. Missouri includes Carter, Ripley and Wayne counties. Kentucky excludes Ballard, Calloway, Carlisle, Fulton, Graves, Hickman, Marshall and McCracken counties. Ohio excludes Crawford, Hancock, Lucas, Marion, Ottawa, Sandusky, Seneca, Wood and Wyandot counties. We serve all counties in Indiana and Tennessee. 

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