Nebraska Independent Community Bankers Endorses the SHAZAM Network
posted on Thursday, March 5, 2020 in Company News
DES MOINES, Iowa (Mar. 5, 2020) — SHAZAM, Inc., a leading national provider of financial services to community financial institutions, announces its endorsement by the Nebraska Independent Community Bankers (NICB).
“Earning the endorsement of community bankers in our neighboring state is a validation of SHAZAM’s commitment to keeping community banks across the country strong and competitive,” said Paul Waltz, SHAZAM president and CEO. “NICB members are the real economic engines of their communities, and we look forward to bringing our affordable and reliable payments solutions to more NICB members.”
NICB represents 71 community banks with approximately 375 banking offices. NICB members employ approximately 8,000 individuals and have collective assets of over $40 billion.
“SHAZAM’s member-owned structure means Nebraska’s community banks have a true payments partner,” said Eric Hallman, CEO, NICB. “SHAZAM’s a nonprofit which means when Nebraska’s community bankers partner with SHAZAM for payments solutions, SHAZAM is reinvesting back into more technologies to support NICB’s mission rather than being concerned with shareholder returns.”
SHAZAM serves community banks and credit unions across the U.S. As one of the nation’s only independent, full-service providers of payments technology, SHAZAM offers debit network and processing, core, fraud, ATM, merchant, marketing, training, risk and ACH services. In addition, SHAZAM now offers credit card issuing to supplement its powerful suite of debit services. Learn more at shazam.net.
Nebraska Independent Community Bankers (NICB) is the only financial trade association in the state exclusively devoted to Nebraska’s community bank business model. For more information, call 402-474-4662 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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