Indiana First Bank has promoted Rebecca Kirsch Lingenfelter ’09 to assistant vice president, Bank Secrecy Act compliance specialist and internal audit coordinator.
In her new position, she is responsible for coordinating internal audits within departments; policy maintenance and review; and ensuring compliance within the branch system as it pertains to the Bank Secrecy Act and USA Patriot Act including OFAC Statutes. She is primarily responsible for initiating research and conducting ongoing analysis mitigating bank risk. She oversees other regulatory compliance directives throughout the bank and provides support to the Enterprise Risk Management and Audit/Compliance Board Committees. She works to coordinate regulatory training for different operational areas supporting the compliance framework.
A resident of Clymer, Lingenfelter joined the company in March 2009. She was previously the BSA compliance specialist and internal audit coordinator.
She received a bachelor’s degree in history from IUP. She attended AML/BSA Compliance School, offered by Professional Bank Services out of Louisville, Kentucky. She is also the marching band announcer and high school musical director for the Penns Manor Junior/Senior High School. She is a music liturgist, instrumentalist, and cantor for Church of the Resurrection.
Indiana First Bank, headquartered in Indiana, operates four branch locations in Indiana and Jefferson counties, along with two loan offices in Cambria and Somerset counties. Indiana First Bank offers business and personal banking as well as wealth management services through its subsidiary InFirst Financial Advisors.