Grant Case is the CEO of Case Financial, a service organization within the financial industry that specializes in ATMs, Branch Automation, and Security Products. In addition to being a strong leader for his company, Grant’s roles include: Managing CASE’s Finance, Accounting, and Human Resource divisions while serving on the Board of Directors.
For 23 years, Grant has been diligently serving the financial industry. As a second generation Owner of Case Financial, Grant has dedicated his organization to assisting Community & Regional banks in finding the best ways to leverage their current delivery channels, and to develop new delivery channels as efficiently as possible. In addition to sharing his expertise in various ways throughout the banking industry, Grant has served on the Board of FSPA, and has been a mentor to his brother, Troy Case, who currently resides on the ICBM In-Balance ATM Board.
In all his endeavors, Grant Case places at the forefront his focus on the high customer service standards that he learned from his father.
Accomplishment & Affiliations
- Member – ICBM, MCUN, WBA, WCUL
- Top Sales Channel Member – Lansworth Enterprise Solutions
- NCR Nationwide Sales Leader – Teller Cash Recyclers (2012)
- NCR Million Dollar Club – Lansworth Enterprise Solutions (9 Times)
- NCR Circle of Distinction (2012)
- First Company to implement an Interactive Teller Machine (ITM) in the Midwest
Grant Case graduated from Bethel University of St. Paul, MN, Class of 1992, with a B.A. in Finance.
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