We take our promises seriously at Integrity Bank & Trust, and we base our name off of our core value — Integrity. That's why we've instituted the "i Promise" guarantee.
These seven promises are at the essence of who we are. When you bank with us, we make these promises to you…
- i Promise to be accessible
- i Promise to be proactive and follow-up
- i Promise to talk less and listen more
- i Promise to extend a warm welcome and make you feel appreciated
- i Promise you won't feel like a number
- i Promise to make our community a better place to live
- i Promise you can speak to a decision-maker
In other words, "i Promise you'll see the difference"
But, that's not all…
We Keep Our Promises
It's easy to make a promise, but it's much harder to keep one. Keeping promises takes one main ingredient: integrity, and that's the foundation of who we are. As a local, employee-owned community bank we're quickly building a reputation for doing what we say we're going to do.
We're Big on Relationships
One of the greatest benefits of being a true local bank is that we really get to know our customers. We get excited about building relationships — after all, that's what really matters. We'll remember your name and ask how you're doing. We promise to listen, too. We like to hear how your business is doing or how your kids are growing.
Success — We Own It
As an employee-owned bank, our bankers have a vested interest in helping you succeed. You'll see us working extra hard to help you achieve your financial goals. At Integrity Bank & Trust, you'll never feel like your business is taken for granted.
Go Ahead, Ask Us a Question
In so many banks, if you have a question, you may get the run-around. You may eventually get an answer, but only after going through several layers of management. At Integrity Bank & Trust, all our decisions are made locally — not in some neighboring big city or different state. We'll be proactive and follow-up too; whatever it takes to serve you best.
We Live Here, Too
As a local bank, we care about our neighborhoods and our town. We live next door, so the issues that affect you affect us too. We believe in investing in our community's success — in our youth, our parks and the things that matter. We want to help make our community a better place to live.