Lifelong learner adds value for customers, helps build Iowa bank

Business owner Paul Copping thought a full-service bank was an oxymoron. Then he met James Klein, senior vice president at Iowa-based Cedar Rapids Bank & Trust, a bank that has grown to $600 million in assets since it opened in 2001. For Copping, the bank’s growth is no surprise. “I’ve never seen a lender bring the benefit of his learning and experience as an added value for his customers as James has done,” he said.

In 2010, having recently become the sole owner of a Cedar Rapids company which sells refurbished aircraft parts, Copping set out . . .

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