Archives for October 2014

Peoples Bank of Deer Lodge Promotes Amber Brown as President

The Board of Directors of Peoples Bank of Deer Lodge is pleased to announce the promotion of Amber L. Brown.  She has been promoted to the position of President, and will begin her duties on November 1, 2014.  She replaces Kirk Sandquist as President.  He will remain as Chairman of the Board. Amber has been Read the Rest…

Will Millennials Change Banking Forever?

A generation of nearly 80 million strong, Millennials are changing the face of banking as we know it. Millennials are hungry for financial knowledge across the board, and filling this need should be a key component of any financial institution eager to engage with this rising population of self-styled entrepreneurs. Millennials are destined to become Read the Rest…

On the Third Anniversary of the Durbin Amendment, 94% of Consumers Not Seeing the Savings Retailers Promised Them

WASHINGTON, DC – October 1, 2014, marks the third anniversary of the implementation of the Durbin amendment, a piece of legislation that was masked as reform, but was nothing more than an $8 billion annual windfall for retailers. While retailers promised they would pass along savings to consumers – savings that now amount to over Read the Rest…

The Independent Spirit

Recently, I stumbled across something that I’d passed for almost 30 years on my way to our boardroom here at 1st National Bank of Scotia. We were in the midst of a renovation and that means that things that have been hanging on walls for years needed to come down and go back up. This Read the Rest…

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