COLUMBUS - The Ohio Bankers League applauds the efforts of the DeWine Administration to begin reopening Ohio’s economy. Ohioans are ready to get back to work and relaunch our economy.
“Throughout this crisis, the OBL and its 170-plus member banks have been open for business to help individuals and businesses impacted by this health crisis. We applaud the work the Administration is doing to safely reopen our state’s economy,” said OBL Chairman Paul Thompson. “We appreciate the transparency and continuing dialogue between the Administration, the Ohio Bankers League and the banking industry during the extraordinary difficulties we face.”
As has been the case throughout this crisis, Ohioans are encouraged to contact their bank as early as possible to discuss financial difficulties. To ensure the safety of customers and bank employees, customers may be asked to briefly remove masks to identify themselves.
About the Ohio Bankers League
The Ohio Bankers League is the trade association for the Ohio banking industry – and is Ohio’s only organization focused on meeting the needs of all banks and thrifts in the Buckeye State. For more than 125 years, the OBL has been the voice of the Ohio banking industry fostering a cooperation that has made it one of the strongest and most reputable financial trade associations in the country. By linking banks, bankers, and industry experts – and by pooling their intellectual and capital resources – the OBL serves as a powerful creator of knowledge and collective resources. The non-profit association is comprised of 170+ FDIC-insured financial institutions including commercial banks, savings banks, and savings and loan associations ranging in size from just over $20 million to $3 trillion in assets.