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Imelda Mendoza returns to D. L. Evans Bank

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D. L. Evans Bank would like to welcome Imelda Mendoza back as operation supervisor at the Paul branch. She has eight years of banking experience. She is active in her community through Relay for Life, Paint Magic, Volunteering at the ...

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Zions Bank names two branch managers

Jessica Silva has been named manager of Zions Bank’s Linder and Chinden branch at 1767 W. Island Green Drive in Meridian. She has 20 years of banking experience focused on serving both consumer and business clients. She earned a bachelor’s ...

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Could postal banking save Idaho’s rural post offices? (access required)

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Need any stamps today? How about some cash or a loan? That’s what might happen in rural Idaho post offices, in a move that could both help the post offices survive and bring banking services to unbanked communities. The Postal ...

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Wells Fargo closes four branches, ICCU to open four (access required)

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Some Idaho financial institutions are closing branches, while other ones are opening them. Wells Fargo Bank is closing four branches statewide. “Customers have been notified we’re closing the Nampa Idaho Center branch on May 5, Shoshone branch and Moscow Eastside ...

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Brandon Crane joins D. L. Evans Bank in Rexburg

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Brandon Crane has joined D. L. Evans Bank as vice president commercial loan officer for the Rexburg branch. He will be responsible for business development and marketing of existing and prospective customers. He joins D.L. Evans Bank with 11 years ...

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Darren Board joins Bright Bank

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Darren Board has joined Bright Bank in Boise as senior vice president, manager of the Commercial Banking Office. In this role, he will oversee a team of commercial banking relationship managers in leading the market development strategy for commercial lending ...

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Important steps to follow when estate planning

The biggest misconception people have about estate planning is that “they are not that old, and can do it later,” say almost half of advisors in a recent Key Private Bank Advisor Poll on estate planning. Yet, the majority of ...

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Scott Armitrage joins Signature Financial LLC

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Signature Financial LLC, the wholly owned specialty finance subsidiary of New York-based Signature Bank, announced the appointment of Scott Armitage as an equipment finance executive sales officers in Boise. An equipment ESO is responsible for providing commercial clients financing and leasing ...

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MoFi gets $2.1 million Wells Fargo grant to expand program (access required)

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Wells Fargo recently provided a $2.1 million grant from its Open for Business Fund to MoFi, which will enable it to expand a post-COVID loan fund it established last fall. “The Thrive program is providing flexible working capital loans to ...

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John Kociolek hired by Bank of Idaho

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John Kociolek has taken a position with Bank of Idaho as a vice president and trust officer. He will be responsible for day-to-day trust and estate administration, as well as new business development in the Boise area. He has been ...

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