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Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation | Wednesday, April 27, 2022

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) today announced seven new members of the agency's Advisory Committee on Community Banking:

  • Troy Campbell, President & CEO, Altoona First Savings Bank, Altoona, Pennsylvania
  • Robert James II, Executive Vice President, Carver State Bank, Savannah, Georgia
  • Trey Maust, Executive Chairman, Lewis & Clark Bank, Oregon City, Oregon
  • Dominik Mjartan, President & CEO, Optus Bank, Columbia, South Carolina
  • Arlen Osterbuhr, Chairman & CEO, Minden Exchange Bank and Trust Company, Minden, Nebraska
  • Shane Pilarski, President & CEO, Alliance Bank, Francesville, Indiana
  • Kim Reigelsberger, President, Preferred Bank, Rothville, Missouri

Composed of a cross-section of community bankers from around the country, the FDIC's Advisory Committee shares input on a broad range of community bank policy and regulatory matters. On May 3, 2022, the Advisory Committee will meet to discuss local banking conditions. FDIC senior staff will also provide updates on supervision and policy matters and the FDIC's Small Business Lending Survey.

Mississippi Bankers Association | Wednesday, April 27, 2022

Anguilla banker Kit McCoy has been elected to the Executive Council of the Mississippi Young Bankers, a section of the Mississippi Bankers Association. McCoy serves as compliance officer and senior mortgage lender for Bank of Anguilla. McCoy started in banking as a part-time teller 22 years ago while she was a college freshman. She earned her BSE from Delta State University, and she is a graduate of the Mississippi School of Banking at the University of Mississippi and the Graduate School of Banking Louisiana State University. McCoy also earned the designation as a Certified Regulatory Compliance Manager in 2020.

CDFI Fund | Monday, April 25, 2022

Interested in applying to the upcoming fiscal year (FY) 2022 funding round for the CDFI Equitable Recovery Program (CDFI ERP)? The Community Development Financial Institutions Fund (CDFI Fund) is tentatively planning to open the fiscal year (FY) 2022 CDFI ERP application round later this spring. Now is a great time for organizations to begin to prepare to apply for a CDFI ERP award. Enacted in December 2020, the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 (Pub. L. 116-260) provided $1.75 billion to the CDFI Fund to provide grants to Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs) to respond to the economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.

NMB Financial Corporation | Wednesday, April 13, 2022

NMB Financial Corporation, a bank holding company and parent of New Millennium Bank, announced that a Letter of Intent has been sent to the Board of Directors of Noah Bank, Elkins Park, Pennsylvania related to a cash acquisition of Noah. The Letter of Intent provides for the cash acquisition of all outstanding shares of Noah at 100% of Noah's tangible common equity as of March 31, 2022, less any transaction expenses over $2 million. NMB is on its way to receive $75.1 million investment through the US Department of Treasury’s Emergency Capital Investment Program (ECIP). NMB is one of 186 community development financial institutions (CDFI) and minority depository institutions (MDI) that are eligible to receive $8.7 billion in capital through the ECIP.

American Banker | Tuesday, April 12, 2022

On Monday, Quontic Bank began offering customers an unassuming black band embedded with contactless payment technology that they can use at point-of-sale terminals. Such devices exist in other countries. Visa introduced near field communication-enabled rings for Olympic athletes in 2016; the London-based Kerv emerged in 2017 from a Kickstarter campaign; a bank in Australia rolled out the Halo ring in 2018. Some ring-makers advertise availability in the U.S. But Quontic, a $916 million-asset community development financial institution in New York City, says it is the first financial institution to offer one in this country. Will consumers take to a debit card disguised as jewelry when they can already pay by hovering their cards, smartphones, fitness trackers or smartwatches above a contactless terminal?