JCBank leadership recently gathered with guests for a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of JCB’s second banking center in Bloomington.
President and CEO Marvin Veatch and other JCBank employees welcomed members of the Greater Bloomington Chamber of Commerce, JCB customers and guests from the community. He noted that since opening its first location in Bloomington in May of 2017, the bank has experienced 44 percent growth in total assets.
“We are excited about our recent growth trends in both the commercial banking and wealth management sectors,” he said.
“Over the last four years, the Bloomington market has been an important part of JCBank’s success. We appreciate and value the confidence the community has placed in our dedicated team and our approach to banking, allowing us to expand our investment with the opening of this banking center.
“Our community banking philosophy is focused on building relationships and delivering excellent customer service and we have an experienced team at the South Walnut banking center to continue that tradition.”
Marci Hibbard, the banking center leader, manages the retail banking operations while Tim Risen, vice president/commercial banker, handles the commercial line of business.
Veatch also thanked the team of JCBank employees who worked on getting the full-service branch open on Sept. 15, just two weeks after receiving the keys to the building. The new location, at 2421 S. Walnut St., is JCBank’s 11th banking center in its south central Indiana service area.
JCBank, founded in 1900, provides traditional banking, investment and trust services to customers throughout south central Indiana.