Joanne Campbell receives ABA Distinguished Service Awards for Risk – Kennebec Journal and Morning Sentinel

Joanne Campbell, executive vice president of enterprise risk management and chief risk officer for Camden National Bank, received the 2023 American Bankers Association’s Distinguished Service Award for Risk.

The award, which recognizes leadership, initiative, and accomplishment in banking regulatory risk, as well as volunteer service through American Bankers Association, was presented June 14 during ABA’s Risk and Compliance Conference in San Antonio, Texas. Campbell is the first recipient of the award.

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“Joanne has guided our company through the evolution of risk management and has been an instrumental contributor to our executive management team,” said Greg Dufour, president and CEO of Camden National Bank, according to a news release from the bank. “She is a well-respected colleague to us and many others, including the American Bankers Association. We are honored her remarkable career is recognized nationally.”

Campbell has worked at Camden National Bank for more than 27 years and is set to retire on July 7. In her current role, she oversees enterprise risk management, cyber and information security, physical security, fraud, compliance, Bank Secrecy Act, audit, corporate governance and the bank’s in-house counsel. Additionally, she serves as co-chair, representing risk, for the new ABA Risk and Compliance Conference. Prior to being co-chair, Campbell served many years as a board member of the ABA Regulatory Compliance Conference and the ABA Risk Management Conference. Campbell is a Certified Regulatory Compliance Manager (CRCM).

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