Cummins isn’t alone in its neighborhood approach. Multiple Indianapolis companies are choosing to focus their philanthropy on a particular neighborhood as a way to make a greater impact.
Federal authorities announced Wednesday that they have solved the high-profile orchestrated killing of a former Indiana banking executive who was shot to death more than seven years ago while driving home from work.
Fifth Third is paying a premium to gain a bigger foothold in the Chicago market, where MB Financial is among the middle-market banking leaders with 86 retail bank branches.
Steve Alonso, the bank’s Indiana regional president, will take on a national-level position effective Jan. 1. Kevin Hispkind will be promoted to fill Alonso’s old job.
The chief investment strategist for Fifth Third Bank says the economy is in the seventh inning of its recovery, which is "good news." But headwinds in the labor market could be limiting the potential for growth.
The FBI on Tuesday offered a $20,000 reward for information that could help solve the 2011 killing of a U.S. banking executive who spent a significant part of his career in Indianapolis.
Fifth Third Bancorp said it plans to close or consolidate about 100 branches and has abandoned plans for 30 new ones. The company has more than 40 branches in the Indianapolis area.
As of June 30, First Merchants Bank had amassed $958 million in deposits at 27 Indianapolis-area offices, placing it 10th, Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. data shows.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday sided with bank employees in a lawsuit against Fifth Third Bancorp that accused management of irresponsibly investing employee retirement money in the bank's then-failing stock.
A second regional bank in the metro area in as many months has announced a change in its state leaders and area boundaries.
Fifth Third Bank claims that the company operated by Charles Garcia, a former Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce chairman, owes it about $2.3 million for loans on Garcia Construction’s building at 6002 N. Michigan Road, and on personal property.
A former Old National executive is taking the reins in the Indianapolis market, and the Cincinnati-based bank’s state operations chief has moved to Carmel to get a better on-the-ground perspective of the growth market.