David M. Geis, ICBA state director, is president and chief executive officer of Jackson County Bank, Seymour, and president of Bancorp. of Southern Indiana. He has been serving in his current leadership positions with the bank and holding company since 1980. Geis began his career in 1974 as a credit analyst with Indiana National Bank; he later worked with the Indiana Department of Financial Institutions as a senior bank examiner and with Jackson County Bank as a commercial loan officer and executive vice president. He is the elected Indiana delegate to the Federal Delegate Board of the Independent Community Bankers of America. Geis serves as director and president of Seymour Industrial Corp.; as director of the Indiana Chamber of Commerce and member of its executive committee, finance and audit committees; as past director and board chairman of the Greater Seymour Chamber of Commerce; and as an appointee to the Seymour Economic Development Commission. He is a graduate of Indiana University, of the National Commercial Lending School at the University of Oklahoma and of the Graduate School of Banking at the University of Wisconsin. Geis served the Indiana Bankers Association as 2011 chairman of the board and additionally as first, second, third and fourth vice chairman.
IBA Mission, Vision, Values
Our mission: To advocate for and sustain an environment in which banks can succeed.
Our vision: To provide exemplary service to members as the premier state bank trade association in the country.
Our values: In fulfilling our mission, we will:
- Maintain the highest ethics, integrity and respect for others;
- Serve with professionalism, innovation and resourcefulness;
- Instill passion, positive attitude and enthusiasm;
- Remain mindful that the success of the IBA is judged by the success of its members.