At small banks across the country, compliance represents a mounting problem. Every year the gap between the tasks the bank must complete and the number of employees it has to complete those tasks widens. Fortunately for the $63 million Bank of Keystone, Neb., it has Korey Schow, a banker who has stood in this gap as the bank’s CEO, lender, IT officer, security officer, and lending compliance officer, helping to drive a bank that is recognized year after year as high performing.
Growing up on a farm in Paxton, Neb., Schow never saw himself becoming a banker. But with . . .
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