On May 15, 1978, I reported for a summer job at Feliciana Bank, a community bank in downtown Norwood, Louisiana. My previous summers were spent stacking green lumber at a sawmill and shoveling, uh, by-product, at a stockyard. The bank job had the decided appeal of being clean, cool and considerably more prestigious.
The View From Main Street
This is a special New Year at the Bank of Zachary as we begin 2017 with a new leader at the helm. One day after his 38th birthday, Mark S. Marionneaux became the 8th President in our 112 year history. In addition to his relative youth, Mark brings enthusiasm and a clear-eyed vision to our venerable institution.
Offers Six Tips to Help Safeguard Consumer Data
Washington, D.C. (Sept. 30, 2016)—Americans rely more than ever on their smart devices for banking, shopping or social networking, making the need to safeguard sensitive information and prevent unauthorized use by cybercriminals paramount.
The community bank way of doing business, true for all small businesses, requires that we treat our customers well or we will not have customers. It’s that simple, though our legislators and regulators sometimes fail to understand that this is the way the real free market is supposed to work.
Investing in home ownership is the single largest financial transaction most of us will ever participate in.
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