Independent Banker magazine has ranked Sanibel Captiva Community Bank as one of the nation’s top 25 best-performers in the category for banks with assets of $150 to $300 million. The listing demonstrates that the bank is one of the best-run financial institutions in the country. The full list, which was published in the May 2016 issue, includes only five Florida community banks – two of which are based on the Gulf Coast.
“We have built our bank by treating members of our community as neighbors,” said Craig Albert, president and CEO of Sanibel Captiva Community Bank. “Our commitment to the islands, our community and neighbors goes beyond personal customer service within the bank. In fact, last year our bank officers and employees supported 85 local nonprofit organizations by donating time and money.”
Independent Banker magazine used year-end FDIC call report data to determine the top 25 best-performing community banks with the highest return on average assets ratio and the highest return on average equity ratios.
Sanibel Captiva Community Bank also was in the April 2016 issue of Independent Banker magazine with a feature of David Hall, the bank’s executive vice president, CFO and chief operating officer. The profile focused on Hall’s philanthropic involvement with the Southwest Florida Symphony Endowment Foundation as president of its board of trustees.