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InBank Adds Additional Bankers to Denver Leadership Team

The bank added three new SVPs to its team


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InBank named Chris McShane as its senior vice president and senior commercial banker, Tom Francis as its senior vice president, SBA and commercial banker and Jamie Winkler as its vice president of treasury management.

“This continues to be an exciting time for InBank as we add several more senior bankers to our team in the Denver Metro Area,” says Ed Francis, CEO of InBank. “Chris, Tom and Jamie all bring specific, high-level expertise to InBank -- from commercial and private banking to SBA lending and treasury management services -- to help further position us in the market and serve customers throughout the Front Range.”

McShane has over 20 years of experience in the banking and financial services industry. Prior to joining InBank, he was a commercial, private banker with BOK Financial (formerly Colorado Business Bank).

Francis also has over 20 years of experience in the banking and financial services industry as an SBA and commercial banker. Prior to joining InBank, he was with MidwestOne Bank.

Winkler has 14 years of expertise in commercial deposit and treasury management services in Colorado. She is a certified treasury professional (CTP).

About InBank

InBank is a community bank serving the Denver Metro Area, southern Colorado and northern New Mexico. Established as International Bank in 1918, the bank was founded by a young Italian immigrant and built upon the entrepreneurial spirit. With a modern vision for the next 100 years, InBank is committed to delivering a new generation of personalized banking services and to the mission of positively impacting the lives of our customers, communities and associates. 

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