PACB Preferred Providers

PACB Preferred Providers

Just another value included in the price of PACB membership! PACB preferred providers often offer discounts or promotions on products and services to our members. If you are interested in learning more about these relationships or would like to request information on becoming a Preferred Provider, please contact Barbara Holbert, barbara@pacb.org.

PACB Services, Inc.

Preferred Providers are offered through the PACB Services, Inc., a wholly-owned, for-profit subsidiary of the Pennsylvania Association of Community Bankers that provides products and services to the community bank market through affiliations with banking service providers.


Computer Services Inc

Computer Services Inc. (CSI)

CSI delivers core banking, intranet, remote statement printing, board portal, card services, risk assessment, fraud prevention, network management, regulatory compliance and document delivery solutions to banks and corporate entities, nationwide.

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CMC LLC

Check Printing Contract Consulting LLC

CPCC works as an impartial third party to negotiate with check printers on behalf of your bank. Jim Schartman, CPCC’s Executive Vice President, brings more than 32 years of experience with the country’s largest check printer. Jim was described as “perhaps the most honored and successful salesperson in the history of the company”. CPCC’s performance-based fee structure, their first-hand knowledge of the check printing business, contracts and constructing top performing programs maximizes negotiations and provides the best possible financial package for the bank. CPCC is only compensated if they save the bank money. Their depth of knowledge and experience in the check printing business makes all the difference.

Please contact Jim Schartman at jim.schartman@checkprintingconsulting.org or 216-970-0105.


Dell

Dell

The Independent Community Bankers of America® (ICBA), and Dell announced an agreement providing benefits to community banks. Through this relationship, PACB community bank members will be able to take advantage of preferred pricing on computer equipment such as workstations, servers and laptops. Hardware covered under the agreement includes workstations, laptops, ultrabooks, desktops, servers, printers, electronics and accessories as well as services and software. PACB members will also have access to a dedicated account executive familiar with ICBA’s program who will advocate for them with appropriate Dell teams, including technical experts from all of Dell’s brands and product lines. For additional information, visit www.dell.com/icba.


ICBA Bancard & TCM Bank

ICBA Bancard & TCM Bank

ICBA Bancard provides marketing, reporting, and consultative support to help independent community banks offer their own branded credit and debit cards to consumers and small businesses.

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ICBA Securities

ICBA Securities

ICBA specializes in providing the products and support necessary to remain a competitive value-added broker/dealer for ICBA member banks.

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ICI

Since 1994, ICI Consulting has assisted banks to assess, cost justify, evaluate and convert core processing, mobile banking, lockbox, lending, document imaging, CRM, check processing, branch and online banking solutions. ICI has performed over 750 engagements for more than 400 bank and credit union clients in 48 U.S. states and in countries on four continents.

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JMFA

John M. Floyd & Associates (JMFA)

JMFA offers a comprehensive line of programs, support and consulting services on earnings enhancement, expense control, organizational workflow, executive recruiting, account acquisition programs and sales and service programs.

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Kasasa

Kasasa

Kasasa provides innovative products, marketing, and consulting to community financial institutions nationwide. With media impact that rivals the megabanks, its national brand Kasasa® helps increase new account openings, profitability, non-interest income, and retention. To date, Kasasa has attracted over 350,000 new accounts, and generated over $90 million in non-interest income.

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Pentegra Retirement Services

Pentegra Retirement Services

Founded by the Federal Home Loan Bank System in 1943, today Pentegra is the retirement plan provider of choice for community banks nationwide, with more than 1,200 bank retirement plans and over $11 billion in plan assets under management. Pentegra offers more than 70 years of industry knowledge and insights in developing bank retirement plan solutions designed to attract, retain and reward the talent needed to ensure your bank’s success and drive more successful retirement plan outcomes for your employees.

• Qualified retirement plan solutions and fiduciary outsourcing solutions, with expertise in all plan types including 401(k) plans, Defined Benefit Pension plans, KSOPs, ESOPs, Profit Sharing plans, Cash Balance plans and specialty plans

• Non-qualified Executive Benefit and Director plans, including Executive Incentive Retirement Plans (EIRP), Supplemental Executive Retirement Plan (SERP)/Director Retirement Plans (DRP), Executive & Director Deferred Compensation Plans and Group Term Replacement Plans

• Bank Owned Life Insurance (BOLI) financing to help you implement a more cost-effective strategy to offset some or all of the expenses related to your retirement plan and other employee benefit programs

For more information, contact Pentegra at 800.872.3473 or visit www.pentegra.com

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Promontory Interfinancial Network

Promontory Interfinancial Network

Promontory helps banks of all sizes thrive, through a Network composed of thousands of financial institutions nationwide and unique services that derive their value from the power of many. Promontory Network members use its solutions – Bank Assetpoint®, Insured Cash Sweep®, or ICS®, CDARS®, IND®, and Yankee Sweep® – to:
– Manage their portfolios. Through Bank Assetpoint, Insured Cash Sweep, and CDARS, banks can seek opportunities to buy or sell loans, reduce asset concentrations, grow deposits, lower interest-rate risk, diversify their wholesale funding sources, and manage liquidity.
– Reduce collateral requirements. With Insured Cash Sweep and CDARS, banks can free up funds previously invested in collateral for more profitable activities, increasing asset liquidity, and reducing the burden of collateral management.
– Find smarter sources of funds. With CDARS, and IND, banks can purchase funding without collateralization or stock purchase requirements. Additionally, banks can use Insured Cash Sweep and CDARS to replace higher-cost, funding choices such as repurchase agreements, letters of credit, and collateralized deposits, and to attract new deposits in million-dollar increments.
– Expand customer relationships. With Bank Assetpoint, CDARS, Insured Cash Sweep, and Yankee Sweep, banks can attract and retain high-value customers and expand their cross-selling potential.
– Supplement organic loan origination. Through Bank Assetpoint, banks can purchase loans – on a one-off or a flow basis – in industries and/or geographic areas that match their existing expertise or target areas of expansion.

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S & P Global

The leading provider of breaking news, financial data, and expert analysis on banks and credit unions.

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Travelers Insurance

Travelers Insurance

For more than a century, Travelers has supported community banks by offering an extensive selection of customized insurance solutions. Our product line responds to the most recent trends in community banking.

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