Hometown banker fits in at hometown bank

Todd Means started his banking career while in college at the University of Iowa, encouraged by his father who was then the market president of a community bank in Iowa City. During his senior year, Means moved into a full-time job as a personal banker while he completed his studies in economics. By then he had developed a strong sense for community banking.

In time his bank merged with another and “sort of changed the culture and lost that community touch,” Means said. He wanted to leave the bank but not his hometown of Iowa City, “so I had . . .

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