Premium benefits packages, professional development and TLC during the pandemic—this year’s winners do everything in their power to keep their community bankers happy and fulfilled. We asked both leaders and staffers to tell us what makes their community banks stand out as employers.
Planning for future leadership is something every community bank must contend with, but it’s not always an easy process.
The idea that community banking can be a force for positive change is at the heart of Beneficial State Bank, which engages its customers through financial activism.
Community banks use dozens or even hundreds of vendors—making it critical that they have an efficient way to stay compliant, track performance and more. Some banks are using a combination of software and internal personnel and systems to do just that.
Today’s community banks need to have both eyes on the future, and that can mean looking outside of familiar business circles for potential board members. Here are some strategies for finding diverse board members who can help your bank adapt to changing customer demands.
CRA Partners’ programs help prevent theft and other crimes in veterans’ homes while providing Community Reinvestment Act benefits to participating banks.