If you’ve ever been travelling for work or leisure and needed to get out some cash, which is a must some days even in 2017, then banking with a financial institution with a large network of ATM’s can really pay off. With Purdue Federal Credit Union, that’s exactly what they try to provide for their members, wherever they might be.
Throughout Northwest Indiana there are some truly great banking, finance, and wealth management experts who offer their clients the service and satisfaction that set them above many other companies in the region.
Horizon Bank’s Wolves & Slicer Branches Promoting Financial Literacy and Rewarding Students Who Open New Checking Account
For Horizon Bank, educating high school students across Northwest Indiana about finances and banking is an important part of their mission to anticipate and fulfill customer needs with exceptional service and sensible advice.
Being a Member Pays! - Purdue Federal Credit Union ‘My Member Perks’ Program Returns Over $13m to Members Since 2013
Initially launched in 2013, Purdue Federal Credit Union’s My Member Perks program was created by Purdue Federal’s own leadership team who established the program exclusively for members. Now, four years after the program got under way, over $13 million has been given back to members with $6.7 million being delivered in 2016.
For Purdue Federal Credit Union, working to keep their members financially secure is a big part of their mission. Purdue Federal is built upon the credit union motto of ‘People Helping People’ and one impactful way that the Lafayette-based, member-owned cooperative carries out these values is through the promotion of financial literacy not only at their many branches, but in classrooms around the region.
April is ‘Financial Literacy Month’ and, for Horizon Bank, educating customers and students across Northwest Indiana about finances and banking is an important part of their mission to anticipate and fulfill customer needs with exceptional service and sensible advice.
Purdue Federal Credit Union was founded in 1969 on the campus of Purdue University in West Lafayette by university employees with the altruistic intention of people helping people in order to create for themselves a safe and fair way to borrow money.
For 1st Source Bank, giving back and being committed to the communities in which it operates is a fundamental trait embedded into the fabric of the company. Making each community a better place to live, work and raise a family is at the forefront of the regional bank’s mission.