Central Bank was recently recognized by the Minnesota Bankers Association (MBA) for their outstanding contributions, support and involvement in the communities they serve.
Central Bank was nominated in part by their commitment to providing financial education and their partnership with Family Means, which gives all Central Bank customers access to financial counseling services at no- or low-cost. Learn more >
MBA CEO/President Joe Witt congratulated Central Bank and stated "Minnesota community banks are the keystone of their communities. Community banks play a vital role in their communities, we created the Community Champion Recognition program to build awareness of the good things community banks do to strengthen the communities they serve. No industry does a better job of giving back to their communities than the banking industry, and the MBA is extremely proud to recognize Central Bank as a Community Champion."
The Minnesota Bankers Association is the state's largest trade association devoted exclusively to the representation of commercial banks. The MBA was founded in 1889 and represents 95% of Minnesota's chartered banks. The MBA is proud to support member banks as they work to ensure vital communities throughout the state. For more information, visit www.minnbankers.com.