Wolf River Community Bank is proud to bring an exciting, new Field Goal Contest to Hortonville and New London High School varsity, home football games! At each varsity home game, a contestant will be drawn randomly from the stands and will have the option to kick a 35-yd. field goal with the chance to […]Continue Reading..
Wolf River Community Bank has promoted Joe Ackerman to Sr. Commercial Lender and has hired Joe Lautenschlager as Commercial Lender. Wolf River Community Bank is thrilled to announce Joe Ackerman’s promotion to Senior Commercial Lender. “When I came to Wolf River Community Bank, I had my work cut out for me,” says Ackerman. “In my […]Continue Reading..
On July 19, 2019, Capital One Financial Corporation announced that there was unauthorized access by an outside individual who obtained personal information of people who had applied for its credit card products and to Capital One credit card customers. The perpetrator has since been arrested, though this event affected an estimated 100 million individuals in […]Continue Reading..
07/02/2019: WRCB Welcomes New CFO & VP of Retail Banking
Wolf River Community Bank has hired Jeff Myster as Vice President of Retail Banking and Miranda Schultz as Chief Financial Officer. “I’m thrilled to be part of an organization that truly believes in building relationships with their customers,” says Myster. “I’m excited to bring my experiences to a strong organization that truly cares about the communities it serves,” says Schultz.Continue Reading..
06/03/2019: Create a Plan for Student Loan Success
Student loan debt is a hot topic today, and with good reason. In 2006, U.S. student loan debt hovered around $600 billion; today, that number has skyrocketed to $1.5 trillion. By itself, that number isn’t a bad thing – it means more Americans are going to college. One in four Americans has student loan debt (an estimated 44.7 million people), carrying an average $37,172 in loans. However, the number of defaults is also approaching critical levels, with delinquency rates approaching 12%. The average monthly payment for student loans is nearly $400, but some graduates (or students who left school without graduating) have far higher payments.*Continue Reading..