Association Fact Sheet
About Western Independent Bankers (WIB) & WIB Service Corporation
WIB is a trade association that informs, educates and connects community banks with the resources and services to help them reach their goals. We have been committed to the independent banking industry since 1937 offering quality education, professional networking, and products and service information for community bankers in the West. Our subsidiary, WIB Service Corporation, provides high-quality, value-added services and products which enhance the competitive advantage of WIB member banks. We serve 11 Western states and the U.S. Territories including Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming.
WIB & WIB Service Corporation Products & Services
We are the premier provider of quality independent bank education in the Western United States. Our Annual Conference has been our trademark of quality for over 50 years. Being one of the first to provide financial comparisons for peer groups enhanced WIB’s reputation as a leader in the industry and our list of Past Presidents reads like a Who’s Who Directory of independent banking. In addition, we offer unparalleled endorsed products and services via our for-profit subsidiary WIB Service Corporation and extensive array of additional tools for the independent banking industry with our Associate Members.
Founded: 1937 Number of employees: 12 Number of members: 183 (bank) & 147 (associate) Website: www.wib.org Email: email@example.com Media contact: Nancy Jennings, AVP Communications, firstname.lastname@example.org or (415) 352-2323. Address: 601 Montgomery Street, Suite 1200, San Francisco, CA 94111
WIB Bank Member Facts
What is a "community bank?" A bank that is locally owned and operated. Also referred to as an independent bank. It often operates in one locality and has directors and officers who are usually local to the community.
Total Membership Profile:
(All member banks as of April 18, 2013)
*Please note: Our membership numbers fluctuate throughout the year. Profile charts are based on a snapshot of membership at that particular point in time.
States: Alaska, Colorado, Hawaii, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Wyoming and
(Other States: Alaska, Colorado, Hawaii, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Wyoming and U.S. Territories)