BEHIND THE NEWS: Unique, low-profile bank shaking up the status quo

It's a quiet giant, but not a sleeping one. The Federal Home Loan Bank of Indianapolis is the state's fourthbiggest private company, with revenue last year of $1.8 billion. The $45-billionin-assets financial institution racked up 2005 profit of $153 million. Yet the board and executives of the 150-employee quasi-governmental enterprise aren't wallowing in self-satisfaction. Seeing storm clouds on the horizon, they're taking pre-emptive action to ensure the bank remains competitive and retains its formidable financial strength. "We've been cutting back,"...

 

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