We know that despite the frights cyberattacks bring, you continue to flourish by safeguarding the communities you serve.
[There is a] need for strong voices to weigh in on how new regulation will affect our communities and the customers we serve.
While we can’t predict what the future holds, we can continue to shape the narrative with our customers and potential customers.
We must work to remain optimistic in the face of adversity and keep in mind that no matter how difficult that feat may be, it’s worth the effort.
Unlike our credit union counterparts, we pay taxes, and those tax dollars are spent at home to ensure our communities grow.
Our marketing efforts as community banks often center on the stories we tell, and they resonate because they unveil the beauty of our joint community experience.
When I consider what I love about community banking, I get a clear visual: overlapping concentric circles with one common center. Each circle represents an element of your impact on communities, including people, culture, economic growth, personal and professional development, and more. But in the center of everything lies the human connection.