Indianapolis-based Salin Bank has named Rebecca Hyink vice president of compliance. The Indiana Tech graduate has more than 25 years experience in financial services, including positions with Federal Home Loan Bank in Indianapolis and Lincoln Bank in Plainfield. November 25, 2013
INDIANAPOLIS –Family owned and Indiana-based Salin Bank today announced that Rebecca Hyink has joined Salin Bank as Vice President, Compliance and CRA Officer.
“We are extremely pleased to welcome Rebecca to Salin Bank and to our Compliance team,” says Ray Gusky, Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Director of Risk Management. “Rebecca brings a wide array of professional banking experience, including extensive knowledge of banking regulations, loan underwriting, compliance management and teambuilding. These qualities will be an excellent asset to Salin Bank.”
Hyink has established an impressive professional career, with more than 25 years in the financial services field. Most recently, she served as Senior AHP Compliance Analyst for Federal Home Loan Bank Indianapolis. Prior to that, she worked as Assistant Vice President/Compliance Officer for Lincoln Bank in Plainfield, Indiana.
In her new position as Compliance and CRA Officer for Salin Bank, Hyink will be responsible for directing all regulatory compliance activities, including operational and lending functions. As part of her job, she will lead the Consumer Compliance Management Committee and the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) Committee in developing and meeting their objectives.
“As a family owned, community bank, Salin Bank is committed to bringing the best-trained people on board. Rebecca’s previous professional experience, her compliance and regulatory background and outstanding management skills will be a great asset to us,” Salin Bank’s Gusky notes.
Hyink is a graduate of Indiana Tech, with a degree in Business Administration.
About Salin Bank
Salin Bank is a family owned, community bank, and one of the top 10 chartered banks in Indiana with assets of more than $750 million. Salin Bank currently operates 21 banking locations in 10 Indiana counties.
Source: Salin Bank