2013 Financial Institution Compensation Survey
Indiana banks are invited to participate in the 2013 Financial Institution Compensation Survey. All information will be retained confidentially and securely by Crowe Horwath LLP.
Again this year, two survey options are available. A streamlined salary-only is quicker to complete and costs less to purchase. The traditional comprehensive survey remains available for those institutions requiring a higher level of detail.
Download the survey. For more information, please contact Rod Lasley at the IBA, 317-387-9380.
April Was Financial Literacy Month
April was Financial Literacy Month nationwide, when IBA-member bankers were encouraged to reach out to schools, youth groups, senior centers and other organizations to help educate the public about wise money management.
Let us know what your bank did last month! For the month of April, IBA is collecting data on: (1) how many financial literacy presentations your bank made in April; (2) how many of your bank associates made the presentations; and (3) how many people were reached.
IBA will then distribute a “good news” release about bank financial literacy outreach during the month of April. Links to financial literacy resources are available online. For questions or more information, please contact Laura Wilson, 317-387-9380.
This new resource helps IBA members to market and sell bank-owned real estate through the REOdeedwagon.com website. The site permits banks to showcase real estate for sale, reaching an audience of potential buyers that extends well beyond current local markets.
REOdeedwagon.com is provided courtesy of the IBA Service Corp. in partnership with Community Bank Services Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of the North Carolina Bankers Association. For more information, please contact Rod Lasley at the IBA, 317-387-9380.
Indiana CAP Program
To help Indiana banks meet the credit needs of small businesses, the State Small Business Credit Initiative (SSBCI) — administered by the U.S. Department of the Treasury—provides direct funding for programs that expand access to credit for small businesses. One available option is the Capital Access Program (CAP).
For more information, contact Matt Tuohy, program manager, 317-233-9138.