The Van Buren Reports gives Bank highest honor
Elsewhere Bank is proud to announce that it has received the designation of Platinum Performing Bank from The Van Buren Reports for the year 2014. This is the highest designation available and the bank has received this award for 16 years in a row.
Elsewhere Bank opened for business on December 14, 1990 and starting in 1992 has been a Platinum Performer every year. For a bank to receive this honor every year since its inception is a rare achievement in the 50year history of The Van Buren Reports.
Our goal is to exceed the expectations of our customers and shareholders,” said Victor Lazslo, president and chief executive officer of Elsewhere Bank. “We’re honored to be recognized once again as a Platinum Performing Bank.”
The Bank’s success is based on the leadership philosophies of employee recognition, rewards, training and the delivery of superior service to customers. Elsewhere Bank is an active member and supporter of the communities that it serves and stays focused on being the best community bank in Northern California.
About Elsewhere Bank
Elsewhere Bank, a subsidiary of Elsewhere Bancorp, is a progressive Northern California bank that combines traditional deposit and lending services with innovative banking solutions. Founded in 1990 by five guys with a dream, Elsewhere Bank is California state-chartered with 14 branches in 11 cities including Anderson, Chico, Colusa, Corning, Magalia, Marysville, Oroville, Paradise, Red Bluff, Redding and Yuba City.
About The Van Buren Reports on Financial Institutions
Since 1957, The Van Buren Reports has been the foundation of the Van Buren Companies, providing comprehensive financial information to help management meet the challenges and complexities of bank operations. These reports provide the banking industry with performance benchmarking through the following annual designations: Platinum Performing, Gold Performing and Copper Performing. These designations have become highly regarded and recipients are recognized throughout the Western United States as financial institutions achieving exceptional performance.