Community First Bank of Indiana (CFB) has announced its new banking center located at 9333 N. Meridian St., Indianapolis, which is expected to open in the first quarter of 2022. While many banks have closed branches and are moving away from services personal banking, CFB is committed to maintaining exceptional customer service, local decision-making and relationship building at the heart of its concerns.
Since its local founding in Kokomo in 2003, CFB’s steady growth has been attributed to the overwhelming support of the vision of its unique way of banking in its communities – a locally owned, locally managed bank staffed with experienced bankers.
Robb Blume, President and CEO of Community First Bank, said, âThis new facility will provide us with excellent capacity to serve the North Meridian Corridor, as well as close proximity to Carmel. Additionally, the recently proposed mixed-use development adjacent to this site adds to our enthusiasm for the future – the long-term benefits of this development offer great growth potential.
Romhaad Davis has been hired as Business Banking Center Manager for this location. Davis graduated from the University of Southern Indiana with a communications degree and an MBA from Daniel Webster College. He has over 12 years of experience in the financial sector, including six years in the banking sector. When Romhaad isn’t focusing on the laser to help his clients excel, he enjoys volunteering in youth sports, mentoring for the Youth Mentoring Initiative in Hamilton County, and bringing communities together with fitness classes. in Group.
Davis will serve clients in the region, as well as the entire Commercial Loans team: Scott Hammersley, Bonnie Riley, Gavin Fisher, Pete Needler, Greg Gordon, Michael McCulloch, Duane Kamminga and Zack Gabriel, as well as Adrienne Riddle (managing cash) .
In addition to banking and personal loan services, CFB offers a full range of chequing and savings accounts, business loans, SBA guaranteed loan solutions and cash management services. This location at 93rd & Meridian Streets will have both lobby and drive-through banking, as well as a 24/7 ATM. To meet with the CFB team before the new branch opens, Current locations in Westfield and Noblesville can be found at CFBindiana.com/locations.
âWhile we have great technology, we still believe relationships are built face to face,â said Blume. âWe look forward to meeting the people who live and work in this region. “
About Community First Bank
Community First Bank (CFB) was established in 2003 in Kokomo, where there are currently three branches, as well as two branches in Westfield, and a branch and loan production office in Noblesville. Additional information can be found at CFBIndiana.com. FDIC member. Equal housing lender.