Minnesota Business Ethics Award Announces 2017 Recipients
Brenny Transportation, Inc
Reell Precision Manufacturing
U.S. Bank
Press Release

Governor Mark Dayton proclaims Wednesday, May 10, 2017, as Business_Ethics_Awareness_Day
Nominated Companies
Entering Companies

MBEA 2017 Award Finalists

  • Small
    (Less than 100 employees)
    Appro Development, Inc. & Cerron Commercial Properties, LLC
    Brenny Transportation, Inc
    Star Choice Credit Union
  • Mid-size
    (Less than 100 employees)
    Marsh & McLennan Agency (Minnesota Operations)
    RADIAS Health
    Reell Precision Manufacturing
  • Large
    (More than 500 employees)
    Liberty Diversified International
    Medtronic, Inc.
    U.S. Bankmmmm


 2017 Featured Speaker | Link to conversation with Neel Kashkari on May 10, 2017

neel_kashkari_2017Neel Kashkari in Conversation at the 18th Minnesota Business Ethics Awards

Mr. Kashkari will be joined in a conversation about trust and ethical challenges in the financial industry by John G. Taft, former CEO of RBC Wealth Management in the U.S. at the Minnesota Business Ethics Awards luncheon on May 10, 2017 at Nicollet Island Pavilion in Minneapolis.

Neel Kashkari took office as president and chief executive officer of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis in January 2016. In this role, he serves on the Federal Open Market Committee, bringing the Fed’s Ninth District’s perspective to monetary policy discussions in Washington. In addition to his responsibilities as a monetary policymaker, Kashkari oversees all operations of the bank, including supervision and regulation, and payments services.

MBEA Past Recipient Reflection
: Why we value our nomination, the entry process and being an award recipient


  • The Center for Ethical Business Cultures
  • Society of Financial Service Professionals