Nathan Koch Named a Member of Iowa Bankers Association Advocacy and Policy Committee
October 14, 2022
Nathan Koch, Senior Vice President, Iowa Market President, at Heartland Bank in Coralville, has been selected to serve on the Iowa Bankers Association’s Advocacy and Policy Committee.
About the Iowa Bankers Association’s Advocacy and Policy Committee
The committee, composed of senior level bank management professionals from across the state, is responsible for developing and guiding the association’s legislative and advocacy efforts.
“We’re please to have Nathan joining the IBA Advocacy and Policy Committee. His expertise and commitment will provide direction for the association as it identifies and develops solutions for various policy issues,” said Sharon Presnall, senior vice president of government relations and compliance at the IBA. “The association is engaged in a wide variety of legislative issues, and it is vitally important that bankers themselves set the direction for the industry because they are in the best position to understand how various laws, rules and regulations impact their banks, communities and customers.”
The Iowa Bankers Association represents Iowa banks
and savings institutions. Iowa bankers are committed to the values of honesty,
hard work and community service, and have been a trusted resource for Iowans
for more that 135 years. Iowa banks offer FDIC insurance and lend $72.8
billion to help individuals, business owners and agriculture. Nearly 40,000 Iowans
work at an Iowa bank, and bank employees volunteer more than 300,000 hours to
supports local communities each year. To learn more about the Iowa Bankers Association, please click here.
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