Awards & Accolades



We're proud of the awards we've accumulated through the years.  Even more significant are the accolades we receive from our customers! Read some of their testimonials below to see what powers us forward day after day. 
 
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Best Banks to Work For 2022  American Banker 2022 Top 200 Community Banks logo   Central Penn Business Journal Fastest Growing Companies 2021 logo   Bauer Financial five star rating March 2022 logo 
Adam Maust
“Centric Bank was an integral partner in all my projects over the last several years. The staff at the Bank branches have always been extremely helpful and thoughtful in their advice and services. Centric Banks' vast experience across the spectrum of industries has proven to be a gamechanger in how I’ve been able to take an idea to reality. Centric Banks’ expertise has allowed my wife (Monika) and I to build cornerstone businesses here in Central Pennsylvania and beyond. From the restoration of the Harrisburg Beach Club on City Island, the Atlas Building redevelopment in Camp Curtin, the Meeka Jewelry stores in Camp Hill, PA and flagship store in Newport, RI the team at Centric Bank has been with us from the starting concept to the ribbon cutting.”

Adam Maust, Harrisburg Revitalization Developer
"We had a dream to open PepperPot Jamaican Restaurant to share Caribbean food and our culture with our central PA neighbors, and the pandemic inspired us to make a change. Centric went above and beyond with our SBA loan and gave us a life-changing opportunity. Their customer service was fantastic, professional, and respectful. We would recommend Centric Bank to the world!"

Linton and Shemeila Green, Owners
PepperPot Jamaican Restaurant
Harrisburg, PA
Linton and Shemeila Green


Best Banks to Work For

In 2022, Centric Bank was awarded American Banker's Best Banks to Work For for the fifth consecutive year because of the overwhelming satisfaction of the Centric Bank team. Centric Bank is redefining bankers and the banking experience through its Employee Appreciation Day and Mid-Winter Celebration, a diverse, four-generation workforce, and inclusion programs. Trust, respect, and communication permeating the culture of the workplace is the determinant of which companies receive this award.



Top 200 Community Banks

In 2022, Centric Bank was awarded a spot on American Banker's Top 200 Community Banks in the United States for the fourth consecutive year. The annual list is a ranking of publicly traded banks and thrifts with less than $2 billion of assets.



Most Powerful Women in Banking

For seven consecutive years, Patricia A (Patti) Husic was named a 25 Most Powerful Women in Banking by American Banker. The Most Powerful Women in Banking identifies and honors world-changers in financial services celebrating their vision, professional achievements, and diverse paths to the C-suite and board tables. In addition to high performance, initiatives and commitment to driving positive change beyond the bank are considered when choosing the women on this list.

Centric Bank was named a Top Team in American Banker's 25 Most Powerful Women in Banking five times.
The Most Powerful Women in Banking annual ranking recognizes women for their impact on their company, the financial industry, and the community at large, as well as for their leadership skills and innovation in the face of professional challenges.



Top 50 Fastest Growing Companies

Centric Bank has been ranked in Central Penn Business Journal's Top 50 Fastest Growing Companies in Central Pennsylvania for eight years. This title is awarded to companies that are required to show revenue of at least $500,000 in each of the three fiscal years prior to the award and must show revenue growth in the latest fiscal year compared to the first fiscal year.



Bauer Financial 5-Star Rating

Centric Bank is proud to be awarded a 5-star rating by Bauer Financial. Financial data is compiled for U.S banks and thrifts and are based on several determining factors. These factors can include capital ratio, profitability, the level of delinquent loans, charge-offs and repossessed assets, the market versus book value of the investment portfolio, regulatory supervisory agreements, the community reinvestment rating, and historical data and liquidity.