Northwest Indiana Bancorp
MUNSTER | NorthWest Indiana Bancorp, the parent company of Peoples Bank, announced a dividend of 25 cents per share.
MUNSTER| NorthWest Indiana Bancorp, the parent company for Peoples Bank, wants to buy back up to 40,000 shares of its common stock.
NorthWest Indiana Bancorp, the holding company of Munster-based Peoples Bank, grew its profits by 8 percent in the first quarter and pushed its assets under management past the $1 billion threshold.
Two longtime Northwest Indiana community banks have officially merged.
NorthWest Indiana Bancorp, the parent company of Munster-based Peoples Bank, has announced a dividend of 22 cents per share.
MUNSTER | NorthWest Indiana Bancorp, the parent company of Peoples Bank, reported a record profit of $7.1 million last year.
MUNSTER | Peoples Bank has reached an agreement to buy First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Hammond, gaining two new branches in the first acquisition in its 103-year history.
MUNSTER | NorthWest Indiana Bancorp, the parent company for Peoples Bank, has declared a dividend of 22 cents per share.
Northwest Indiana Bancorp, the parent company of Munster-based Peoples Bank, has declared a dividend of 22 cents per share for the third quarter.
MUNSTER | Peoples Bank's new chief operating officer was standing atop a peak in the Carpathian Mountains above the village in Poland where his great-grandfather was raised when it all clicked.
MUNSTER | NorthWest Indiana Bancorp, the holding company for Munster-based Peoples Bank, has named a new executive vice president and chief operating officer, and he has a full banking pedigree.
MUNSTER | Northwest Indiana Bancorp, the holding company for Peoples Bank, has a new board member.
Munster-based Peoples Bank announced increased earnings and income during the first half of the year.
The Gary/Chicago International Airport Authority has appointed Carrie Hightman, executive vice president and chief legal officer of Merrillville-based NiSource Inc., as the new chair of the airport's ad hoc committee to explore a public-private partnership.
The parent companies of Munster-based Peoples Bank and Michigan City-based Horizon Bank have received recognition as ranking among the nation's top community banks.
The Munster-based holding company for Peoples Bank said Friday its earnings in 2012 were up 27.3 percent and the institution set a record for profits earned.
Second-quarter profit for Munster-based NorthWest Indiana Bancorp was essentially flat from a year ago as the bank continued measures to improve its balance sheet.
The Munster-based parent of Peoples Bank made $1.4 million in the first quarter as improvements in asset quality helped the bank reduce its loan loss reserve.
MUNSTER | NorthWest Indiana Bancorp said its profit rose 24 percent in the fourth quarter as better economic conditions helped the bank cut its provision for losses on loans from a year ago.
NorthWest Indiana Bancorp earned $1.7 million in the second quarter as improving asset quality helped the company overcome weak loan demand.
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