First Internet Bank Executive to Deliver Presentation at Mortgage Technology Conference

  First Internet Bank Executive to Deliver Presentation at Mortgage Technology

15th Annual Mortgage Technology Conference

Business Wire

INDIANAPOLIS -- November 15, 2013

First Internet Bank today announced Kevin Quinn, its Senior Vice President,
Retail Lending, will deliver a presentation entitled “Online Mortgage Lending
101” at the 15^th Annual Mortgage Technology Conference on Tuesday November
19, in Fort Lauderdale, FL.

Co-presenting will be Keith Luedeman, founder and CEO of Mr.
Quinn and Mr. Luedeman will talk about the basics regarding online lending as
well as critical success factors, business metrics, and ways in which online
lending is different from the traditional, “face to face” approach.

Mr. Quinn has been with the bank since April 2008. Under his supervision at
First Internet Bank, loan originations have increased from over $152 million
in 2009 to over $745 million in 2012. In his role as SVP, Retail Lending, he
oversees all consumer direct and indirect lending, which includes mortgages,
home equity loans and lines of credit, installment loans and credit cards.

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. This year, First Internet Bank was named one of the Best
Places to Work in Indiana by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce, one of the Best
Banks to Work For by American Banker, and the top Online Originator by
Mortgage Technology. 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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