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December 25, 2017, 5-Star Rating for First National Bank
BauerFinancial, the Nation’s Premier Bank Rating Firm, is proud to announce that First National Bank of Bastrop, Texas has once again secured a 5-Star rating. A five-star rating indicates the bank excels in areas of capital adequacy, profitability, asset quality and much more. Earning and maintaining this top 5-Star rating for 107 consecutive quarters puts First National Bank of Bastrop in our most prominent position as a “Best of Bauer Bank”, a designation reserved for banks that have maintained Bauer’s highest rating consistently for the last 25 years or longer.
Austin Business Journal
November 30, 2017, How 5 Central Texas bankers are adapting to a rapidly changing industry
Despite unprecedented regulatory and technological change in the banking sector, many executives agree that a decidedly non-tech factor — relationship-building — remains the No. 1 strategy in the face of any difficulties. Hear what local leaders in the sector have to say about how all of those factors affect hiring and other trends.
November 5, 2017, Top Midsize Employers (150 to 499 employees)
For the eighth straight year, the Austin American-Statesman is helping answer the question: What are the best places to work in Austin? After surveys of more than 24,000 workers at 151 area employers earlier this year, the American-Statesman narrowed the field to the 100 companies worthy of being honored as part of the 2017 Top Workplaces of Greater Austin project. The surveys asked workers to rate their employers in categories such as leadership and direction, ethics and values and how well employees are treated.
Full article: http://topworkplaces.statesman.com/the-full-list/
KVUE ABC News
March 1, 2017, Students use bank lesson in real life
BASTROP, TEXAS - The students at Mina Elementary in Bastrop are learning about banking and saving money, but it's not just a lesson for them. Each week the students deposit money on "Bank Day." "It's a way to put saving into practice,” said Mina Elementary School Principal Reba King. Bastrop ISD partnered with First National Bank to create the program. "It's important that children at an early age learn how to save,” said First National Bank President Reid Sharp.