A bank can mean different things to different people: a place to save, conduct financial transactions, obtain loans, and more. So what makes a bank the best one?
“Being voted Best of the Region, Best Bank, is an achievement deeply rooted in family values and the result of our steadfast promise to preserve independent, hometown banking for the 22nd century,” says Michael E. Schrage, president and CEO of Centier Bank.
“Our commitment to service and unwavering family legacy are the foundation of our ‘Not for Sale’ promise,” Schrage continues. “Centier’s culture of values rings as true today as it did 122 years ago, with a focus on best bank traits that set us apart from other banks in the market.”
Centier makes it a point to stay anchored in its hometown while it grows, and knowing customers by name is a high priority to all employees.
“Our focus is on the traits of caring, loyalty, integrity, friendship and fun,” Schrage says. “We are now the largest bank in Northwest Indiana, and still your hometown bank.”
“Our loyal clients and readers of The Times have made Centier number one,” Schrage says. “It’s a position we take seriously in our effort to continue to serve the needs of each community.”