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Champlain National Bank Rated 5-Stars from BauerFinancial

Champlain National Bank has once again earned a top (5-Star) rating from BauerFinancial, Inc., the Nation’s Premier Bank Rating Firm.  To earn a 5-Star Rating, Champlain National Bank excelled under an in-depth, independent analysis of its financial condition. 
The Bank’s continuing work towards common goals and interests with communities across the North Country and Adirondacks has been a winning combination for Champlain National Bank and has allowed it to earn this top rating for many years.

“We are pleased to receive this rating,” said Steven Cacchio, President and Chief Executive Officer.  “Given recent volatility in the banking sector, this speaks to the strength of our organization.”

Since 1983, BauerFinancial has relied on data compiled from federal regulators to determine star ratings.  BauerFinancial is an independent bank research firm, and no institution can pay or opt out of receiving a BauerFinancial rating.

Champlain National Bank was founded in 1909 in Essex County and is still locally owned and managed today with ten branches serving the people of the North Country and Adirondacks.  In addition to traditional banking products, it has a full offering of mobile banking solutions, commercial loans, and mortgages.

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