Washington Savings Bank President Reappointed to IBA Committee
Washington Savings Bank President and CEO David Doedtman accepts position on the Illinois Banker Association’s Finance & Investment Committee.
Washington Savings Bank President and CEO David Doedtman was recently reappointed to a position on the Illinois Banker Association’s Finance & Investment Committee.
IBA President and CEO Linda Koch reappointed Doedtman to the position on the 2016-2017 committee, which oversees the organization’s financial standings and investment strategies.
“I am honored to have been selected to serve on this committee again, and I look forward to working with other bankers from across the state,” said Doedtman.
As a member of the Committee, Doedtman will assist in reviewing the Association’s financial policies and procedures; provide guidance on the Association’s budget proposal process consistent with the strategic plan’s objective to grow income and manage expenses; oversee the performance of the Association’s investment program and recommend strategies to help improve earnings, manage liquidity, and safeguard investments from loss; and work with Association senior management and provide guidance to the Board about the financial impact of structural changes, current products and services, or new product and service opportunities.
The Illinois Bankers Association is a full-service trade association, dedicated to creating a positive business climate that benefits the entire banking industry and the communities they serve. Founded in 1891, the IBA brings together state and national banks and savings banks of all sizes in Illinois. Collectively, the IBA represents nearly 90 percent of the assets of the Illinois banking industry, which employs more than 100,000 men and women in over 5,000 offices across the state.
Washington Savings Bank offers a full line of products and services for personal banking, commercial banking and trust and investments with full service branch locations in Effingham and Mattoon. The bank has received a 5-Star rating, the highest possible, from Bauer Financial for 26 consecutive years.