Mark Koch

Nov 13 2017

Wealth Management Spotlight: Saving Early


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It’s been said that there is no force on earth greater than the power of compound interest. Learn how saving early for retirement and compound interest pair up to work together for you from Mark Koch, First Vice President, Trust and Wealth Management Group.

Learn more about why it is essential to begin saving early for retirement: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r_Z9-cjdw5I
 

If you are interested in learning more about Retirement Planning, visit us at HillsBank.com/WealthManagement.

Some trust products and IRA contributions/balances are not a deposit, not FDIC insured by any federal government agency, not guaranteed by the bank and may go down in value.
 
Mark Koch

About Mark Koch

Mark Koch is First Vice President, Retirement Plans at Hills Bank’s North Liberty location on Forevergreen Rd. Mark’s background and focus is in portfolio management of securities as well as employer-sponsored retirement plans. Mark is a member of the Hills Bank Trust and Wealth Management Investment Committee. Mark is a graduate of the University of Iowa, having earned a BBA in Finance and Management Information Systems and an MBA with a concentration in Finance. Prior to working for Hills Bank and Trust Company, Mark managed a $1.5 billion+ portfolio of fixed income securities for a global insurance company. Mark can be reached at mark_koch@hillsbank.com.


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