Educational Workshops on Banking Services in Spanish

Midwest Bank Presents Educational Workshops on Banking Services in Spanish

Published November 10, 2023

Midwest Bank is thrilled to announce a series of educational workshops in Spanish, aimed at providing the Hispanic community with essential knowledge about various banking services.

These workshops will be offered at no cost and are open to the public as part of our commitment to fostering financial literacy within all communities we serve.

Workshop Dates and Topics:

Enero 16, 2024: Presupuesto (January 16th, 2024: Budgeting)

Enero 23, 2024: Estableciendo su Crédito (January 23rd, 2024: Establishing Credit)

Enero 30, 2024: Robo de Identidad y Fraude en Tarjetas de Débito (January 30th, 2024: Identity Theft and Debit Card) Fraud

These workshops will be offered at our main location, 2601 W Cooper Drive, Norfolk, NE (across from Walmart). All workshops will start at 5:15pm. Presenters include:

close up of Alex Coan, Retail Banking Manager out of Norfolk
Alex Coan – Hablo Español
a close up of Juan Sandoval, from treasury services, out of the Norfolk Branch
Juan Sandoval – Hablo Español
Ted Myers, a Customer Service Representative at the Norfolk Midtown Branch, talking with a client
Ted Myers – Hablo Español

Midwest Bank is committed to our community and part of that commitment is to make sure our clients understand financial products and services. I highly believe in creating lasting relationships with our clients, so this is a perfect opportunity to improve your knowledge about topics that are important to you and your families. We hope to see you here!

Juan Sandoval

Midwest Bank is excited to offer these workshops to help individuals and families better understand the financial services available to them.  For more information about the workshops, contact Midwest Bank at 402-371-5200. We encourage everyone interested in enhancing their financial knowledge to attend these workshops and take advantage of this unique opportunity to learn more about budgeting, establishing credit, and protecting against identity theft and debit card fraud.

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