Gregory A. Dufour

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Gregory Dufour

President & CEO
Camden National Bank

Laureate 2018

Gregory A. Dufour has served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Camden National Corporation and Camden National Bank since January 2009. After joining the company in April 2001 as Senior Vice President of Finance, he assumed the additional responsibility for Operations and Technology from August 2002 until December 2003. In January 2004, Mr. Dufour was named Chief Banking Officer for Camden National Corporation and President and Chief Operating Officer for Camden National Bank. In January 2006, he became President and CEO of Camden National Bank. He also serves on the board of directors of Camden National Bank and Camden National Corporation.

Prior to joining the company, Mr. Dufour was Managing Director of Finance and a member of the Executive Operating Group at IBEX Capital Markets in Boston, Massachusetts. In addition to his experience at IBEX, he held various financial management positions with FleetBoston Corporation and its affiliates, including Vice President and Controller of Debt Capital Markets, Controller of Investment Banking, and Banking Group Controller.

Mr. Dufour has also served in various volunteer capacities for numerous community-related and trade organizations. He currently serves as Vice Chair and trustee of Maine Health, Maine’s largest healthcare system and on the board of trustees of Coastal Healthcare Alliance, a member of Maine Health. Mr. Dufour is a former chair of the Maine Bankers Association and a former member of several other non-profit organizations.

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