News & Events
CCB is committed to the community we serve. We are involved with several charities and organizations throughout the year. Read about our latest news and events.
LITTLE VALLEY, NY - In February 1996, CCB (Cattaraugus County Bank) in Springville, NY was born (opened). CCB opened the branch in Springville 20 years ago and staff and management are ready to celebrate! To observe the community bank's anniversary, CCB friends and customers are invited to visit us in Springville during the week of February 8th to enjoy refreshments, enter to win prizes, and pick up one of the many give-a-ways being provided.
In November 1980, CCB (Cattaraugus County Bank) in Franklinville, NY was born (opened). CCB opened the branch in Franklinville (CCB's first) 35 years ago and staff and management are ready to celebrate!
During the month of November, all eight CCB (Cattaraugus County Bank) locations will display red wagons. The red wagon is the national symbol of "America's Promise" (a nation-wide program that focuses on improving the lives of America's youth). The wagons will serve as depositories for public donations of new hats and mittens.
With the kick off of summer, many Americans are planning to hit the road or the skies for their much-anticipated summer vacation. Cattaraugus County Bank (CCB) wants consumers to have the information they need before they leave home so they can keep their money safe.
Mike Wimer, President & CEO of Cattaraugus County Bank (CCB), recently announced the promotion of Jill Fedor (former Branch Administrator in CCB's Springville branch) to Assistant Vice President, Business Development & Lending & Springville Branch Manager. Ms. Fedor has been with CCB, at its Springville location, since CCB built the branch and opened in 1996.
CCB has been serving farmers since 1902 with a range of financing options, including loans on crop production, feedlots, livestock, machinery, real estate and seasonal operations.
CCB is pleased to announce the launch of CCB TO GO … a mobile banking and payments solution that offers CCB and their customers an additional avenue in which they can interact with each other. With CCB TO GO, customers have the opportunity to enroll existing accounts in CCB TO GO, view account balances, transfer funds between accounts and much more all from the convenience of their mobile device.
CCB is pleased to offer its customers expanded surcharge-free ATM access at all Rite Aid pharmacies in Cattaraugus, Chautauqua and Erie County. Customers of CCB can immediately begin enjoying surcharge-free ATM access at 68 Rite Aid locations. At four of those Rite Aid pharmacy pharmacies, users will be greeted by surcharge-free access at a Cattaraugus County Bank branded ATM.
Local Leader Helps Deliver Community Banking Voice to Nation's Capital
The Independent Community Bankers of America® (ICBA) announced that local community banker Michael Wimer, President of the $190 million Cattaraugus County Bank (CCB), headquartered in Little Valley, N.Y., has been elected to the ICBA Federal Delegate Board. ICBA is the nation's voice for community banks.
CCB has been offering a reward checking account for over five years called Maximum Green Checking. Maximum Green Checking offers high interest to customers that qualify. Now management at the local, independent community bank is very excited to announce yet another type of reward checking account they are offering, plus two new high interest paying savings accounts.
Community bankers serve as an excellent resource for consumers looking to
purchase a home and plan for a mortgage.
With the summer real estate season upon us, many Americans are considering purchasing a home over the next few months. The total mortgage originations market is estimated to be around $1 trillion in 2014. With that in mind, CCB (Cattaraugus County Bank), the Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA) and the nation's more than 6,500 other community banks are on hand to help homebuyers navigate the mortgage process.
CCB (Cattaraugus County Bank) is helping to keep rural America growing by lending to local farmers. CCB, and other community banks that are members of the ICBA (Independent Community Bankers of America), are able to serve as financial first responders to the agricultural community because they operate locally - knowing their marketplace - and putting local deposits back to work in their communities through loans to local farmers, ranchers, residents and small businesses.