June 22, 2012 2:48
The Bank of Ann Arbor has been a financial bastion in the region since it's founding in 1995. Through the economic boom of the early 2000s and the recession that followed, the Bank of Ann Arbor has been steady in its leadership and policies. This doesn't happen by accident - it takes a strong leader, like the Bank's President and CEO, Tim Marshall.
Tim, in addition to his leadership of the Bank of Ann Arbor, was recently approved by the Board of Governors of Federal Reserve Bank to serve as Chair of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago’s Community Depository Institution Advisory Council (CDIAC). Tim has also led many of the Bank of Ann Arbor's community outreach programs, like the weekly Thursday summer concert series, Sonic Lunch.
In his podcast with Ann Arbor SPARK CEO Paul Krutko, Tim discusses the role the Bank of Ann Arbor plays in building the Ann Arbor region's economy - from it's financial activities to all the community outreach programs the Bank sponsors.
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May 22, 2012 5:01
As reported in Crain's Detroit Business and AnnArbor.com, Bank of Ann Arbor's President and CEO, Tim Marshall was appointed chair of the regional economic development organization.
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May 9, 2012 4:07
Jan Garfinkle, a new member of Bank of Ann Arbor's Board of Directors, is featured in Ann Arbor Spark's weekly CEO Podcasts, Conversations on Economic Opportunity. In the course of her conversation with Ann Arbor SPARK CEO Paul Krutko, Jan discusses the impact that venture capital has had on the Ann Arbor economy. They discuss the positives surrounding the economic climate in the Midwest - including how much money can be saved by investing and keeping a company in Michigan, how much more bang for the buck venture capital firms can see by investing in Midwest companies, and the access to talent in the Ann Arbor region.
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