First Internet Bank Launches Asset-Based Lending Business Line

  First Internet Bank Launches Asset-Based Lending Business Line

First Internet Bank Business Capital Offers Small- to Medium-Sized Businesses
                    Innovative Options for Working Capital

Business Wire

INDIANAPOLIS -- November 6, 2013

First Internet Bank of Indiana (, a premier provider of online
retail and business banking services nationwide, today announced the expansion
of its commercial lending capabilities through an asset-based lending line of
business. Operating under the name First Internet Bank Business Capital, the
new division will provide working capital to small- to medium-sized companies.

“We formed First Internet Bank Business Capital to complement our commercial
loan efforts and to provide asset-based financing options in the amount of $2
million to $5 million,” said David Becker, President and CEO of First Internet
Bank. “This new line of business allows us to serve a greater base of
businesses and accelerates our growth by generating additional high quality

The asset-based lending group provides revolving lines of credit backed by
accounts receivable and inventory as well as term loans backed by real estate
and equipment. To lead this new initiative, Gregg Corey and Jennifer Eller
have joined First Internet Bank and will operate from a loan production office
in Portland, Oregon. “The combination of their depth of experience and an
enthusiasm for helping their customers is considered the key to launching this
initiative,”Becker stated.

Mr. Corey has over 30 years experience within asset based lending, commercial
& industrial, and income property financing at US Bank, Textron Financial
Corp, Congress Financial Corp and GE Capital. “Jennifer and I jumped at the
chance to bring our experience to First Internet Bank,” said Corey. “The bank
has a culture of entrepreneurship and profitable growth grounded in a
foundation of strong asset quality. We are elated to have this opportunity to
launch this new line of business for First Internet Bank and to continue to
deliver creative financing solutions to lower middle market businesses.”

About First Internet Bank

First Internet Bank of Indiana opened for business in 1999 as the first
state-chartered, FDIC-insured institution to operate solely via the Internet
and today has customers in all 50 states. Deposit services include checking
accounts, regular and money market savings accounts with industry-leading
interest rates, CDs and IRAs. First Internet Bank also offers consumer loans,
conforming mortgages, jumbo mortgages, home equity loans and lines of credit,
and commercial loans. Earlier this year, First Internet Bank was named one of
the Best Places to Work in Indiana by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce. The
bank is a wholly owned subsidiary of First Internet Bancorp (NASDAQ: INBK).

About First Internet Bancorp

First Internet Bancorp became the parent company of First Internet Bank in

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