R.C. Giltner Services, Inc. Selected by Two Rivers Bank for ODManagerTM Automated Overdraft and Liquidity Program

United States, Kentucky, Louisville – 04-09-2019 (PRDistribution.com) — R.C. Giltner Services, Inc., a leading provider of digital loan, liquidity and overdraft solutions to financial institutions is pleased to announce that $800 million Two Rivers Bank in Burlington, Iowa has selected their technology and platform. Two Rivers Financial Group, Inc., headquartered in Burlington, Iowa, is a financial holding company serving clients throughout Iowa and surrounding states. 

 R.C. Giltner Services, Inc.’s automated overdraft and liquidity program with managed limits is unique in the industry in providing compliant loan alternatives such as SafeLink® in addition to automated overdraft services. The suite of services can include links to account transfers, automated digital overdraft line of credit, SafeLink® automated digital line credit without a credit score at safe interest rates, ad hoc overdraft services and automated digital “fresh start” loans.TMGreg Schreacke, CEO, said, “We greatly appreciate the opportunity to work with Two Rivers Bank and Trust as we grow our overdraft client services as part of our segmented digital lending and liquidity strategy for FIs. About R.C. Giltner Services, Inc.R.C. Giltner provides digital loan and liquidity technology and servces to financial institutions and is headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky. For more information, visit www.rcgiltner.com or please contact Robert C. Giltner at 502-640-1989 or [email protected].

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