Banks and credit unions are among the most prominent financial services companies serving Alaskans. However, there are distinct differences—and similarities—between how these institutions function to meet the needs of businesses and consumers.
US Small Business Administration Alaska District Office Announces Lender Awards for Fiscal Year 2018
The US Small Business Administration (SBA) Alaska District Office announced the top lenders of the SBA Loan Program in Alaska during Fiscal Year 2018 in four categories.
Northrim Bank announced the opening of its newest branch, the Soldotna Financial Center.
Northrim Bank announced the promotion of nine employees throughout the organization.
Scott Rowley has joined KeyBank as Vice President and Senior Payments Advisor with the Enterprise Commercial Payments Group at KeyBank.
Northrim Bank announced that William (Bill) Kurtz, AVP has been named AVP Branch Manager. It also announced the promotions of Erika Bills, Assistant Vice President, Business Banker III, Cindy Cheely, Business Banker II, and Shauna Thornton, AVP, Branch Manager (Sitka).
Financial institutions have been consistently building up their virtual banking services to better accommodate their customers. Virtual banking—often referred to as online banking or electronic banking—is essentially the equivalent of traditional banking over the internet.
Richard Strutz has always valued people over dollars. That mindset helped him work his way up through the ranks of the National Bank of Alaska (NBA), from teller to president.
ANCHORAGE—Alaska USA Foundation contributed $45,000 to support a variety of nonprofits that provide vital services to Alaska’s youth.
Identity theft is one of the fastest-growing crimes in America, and it’s the number one complaint reported to the Federal Trade Commission. Personal identity theft involves using another person’s name and other personal information to steal his or her persona and financial security.