The Ohio Statewide Development Corporation awarded Heartland Bank with the OSDC Bank of the Year Award at the Annual Meeting and Awards Luncheon, held on January 26, 2016, at the McGowan Loft at Copious in the Brewery District.
The Ohio Statewide Development Corporation (OSDC) is a private, not-for-profit corporation founded in 1982 to provide financing to Ohio small businesses by acting as an agent or conduit for public financing programs. OSDC is a certified development company (CDC) licensed by the U.S. Small Business Administration to provide low-cost, long term SBA loans to eligible small businesses in Ohio. OSDC is also an Ohio 166 Regional Loan provider as designated by the Ohio Department of Development.
In addition to the Bank of the Year award, VP Commercial Relationship Manager Bob Crow received an OSDC Lender of the Year award. Bob has been with Heartland Bank since 2006 where he works hard to provide his customers the financing that best fits their needs including maximizing the use of OSDC’s financing programs. He recently graduated from the Ohio Banker’s League Bank Management School and is one of few lenders to earn the OSDC Lender of the Year award for a second time.
According to SVP, Commercial Lending Manager Bill Daily, “As evidenced by our 2015 OSDC Bank of the Year award, our commercial lending team is focused on providing our clients fast, flexible, local decision making, Our experienced team of community bankers takes the time to get to know our customers and their businesses. This allows us to become partners with our clients and provide them with solutions to the issues facing their businesses. We always strive to deliver superior customer service.”
Congratulations Heartland Bankers!