SHAZAM partnership expands access to Minnesota community bankers training center

posted on Tuesday, November 9, 2021 in SHAZAM Blog

SHAZAM is pleased to announce a partnership with the Independent Community Bankers of Minnesota (ICBM) to expand vital access to professional development and training designed to support Minnesota’s community bankers — and the communities they serve. The partnership creates the SHAZAM Education Center within ICBM’s headquarters in Bloomington, Minnesota. 

The SHAZAM Education Center offers state-of-the-art technology to foster in-person and hybrid learning opportunities, some of which will be hosted by SHAZAM’s own client learning team. This type of training allows hundreds of Minnesota community bankers to stay up-to-date on new and emerging financial technologies, ensures compliance with complex financial regulations, engages bankers with cutting-edge marketing strategies, and fosters networking with peers to share best practices as market conditions continue to evolve.

"One of SHAZAM’s strengths is the deep relationships we build, which leads to true partnerships,” said Paul Waltz, president and CEO. “SHAZAM’s member-owned, nonprofit structure means we’re able to reinvest in the states where we do business, and our partnership with ICBM will strengthen Minnesota’s community banks and the professionals who staff them.”

SHAZAM's mission: Strengthening community financial institutions.

Read the entire news release on SHAZAM Company News


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