January 2020 Association Update

January 2020 Association Update

PACB Database

Database Conversion Is In Process and We Need Your Help!

PACB has begun the conversion process to move to a more modern, efficient membership database. Having good data is a critical element. We will be contacting each of our Associate Members to ask for your help in cleaning up the information we currently have on file for your company. Thank you in advance for your assistance!

Membership Dues

PACB Membership Dues

It’s a New Year (for membership) too! Just a reminder that 2020 membership dues are due by January 31. If you have any questions or concerns don’t hesitate to reach out to our Comptroller, Patty Kuharic by email at patty@pacb.org or phone at (717) 231-7447.

associate members

PACB Associate Members

PACB has more than 75 organizations that provide important services for the Community Banking Industry. Review the current list and familiarize yourself with them and their services. They support PACB and community banks across PA.

Preferred Provider Spotlight

Check Printing Contract Consulting
CPCC negotiates check printing contracts on behalf of financial institutions. CPCC’s principal, Jim Schartman, was a top sales performer for one of the country’s largest check printing companies for more than 32 years. Since early 2015 CPCC has impartially negotiated check printing contracts on behalf of nearly 50 financial institutions. The vast majority of those clients choose to stay with their current vendor and often enjoyed net savings of 40% +. CPCC requires no out of pocket costs, the check vendor funds the entire consulting fee as a percentage of negotiated savings. CPCC offers PACB Members a free, no obligation opportunity analysis which provides a specific projection of the bank’s potential savings. Characteristic five-year contract savings for a bank with 30,000 checking accounts is $500,000 or more.

Jim Schartman

Give Jim and call and review all of the PACB Services Preferred Providers.

PACB Services Preferred Provider Program

Using PACB Services Preferred Provider Network indirectly supports the PACB to help keep dues stable and allows PACBSI to invest Preferred Provider compensation to keep PA’s community banks strong and independent.

The PACB Services Corporation is a for-profit wholly-owned subsidiary of the PACB.