Banker's Bank

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Banker's Bank

A bank that provides loans and other services to small banks in local communities. Because they provide capital to (and therefore spread risk over) a large number of local banks, banker's banks enable community banks to provide retail services for a lower expense than otherwise would be possible. Banker's banks originated in Minnesota in 1975.
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said, 'FNBB and IBB have shared common operating philosophies as conservatively run and traditional banker's banks since our respective inceptions over thirty years ago, making this marriage a great fit for both organisations and our customers.
This is the reason banker's banks were created in the 1970s.
Before being promoted to president at First National Banker's Bank, Jim Franks was VP, SVP, EVP and chief credit officer.