Recent Stories

“Women’s Work”: What it Looks Like in 2016

In the mid-1900’s, the work of many American women began in the house. They were expected to perform household tasks such as sewing, cooking, cleaning and child-rearing – all while maintaining a certain appearance and manner. This kind of work was exclusively deemed as “women’s work”. As part of City Financial Corporation’s Inclusion & Diversity […]

March 28, 2016

Assistant Compliance Director Finds Warm Spot In Her Heart for Cold, Abandoned Dog

On the early morning of January 14th, 2016, the temperature hovered around 27 degrees. Julie Williams, Assistant Compliance Director, was on her way into work at the City Securities downtown Indianapolis office when she saw what she initially thought was a fox off of Fall Creek Parkway along the Indiana State Fairgrounds. After doing a […]

January 29, 2016

Financial Advisor by Day, Cattle Rancher by Night

Sometimes a good hobby becomes a great business. For Mike Rose, vice president and financial advisor with Pathway Advisory Group of City Securities Corporation, that statement is no bull. In addition to his “day job” as a financial advisor, Mike is also in the cow business. Their business, Four Roses Cattle, is a family affair. […]

September 8, 2015

Fort Wayne Financial Advisor Takes to Unusual Pastime

Some may have tuned into a curling match or two during one of the past Winter Olympics, but did you know there is a curling club in Fort Wayne, Indiana? David Johnson, vice president and financial advisor for the Private Client Group, is not only a five year member of the Fort Wayne Curling Club, […]

August 31, 2015

From Back Office to Center Stage

Kerry Arnold, City Financial Corporation’s systems administrator, has worked in the Information Technology department for a little over two years. In his role, he’s responsible for the directory management, help desk system, systems patch management, software deployment, inventory, software licensing, and imaging, among other complex tasks. However, outside of City, Arnold plays many different roles […]

July 2, 2015

Eight Tips for Navigating Your Local Farmer’s Market

Spring is in full swing and summer is on our horizon, which means it’s farmer’s market season! In our headquarters’ city, farmer’s markets can be found scattered throughout Indianapolis and Saturday is generally the most popular day for them. Buying locally is a great way to get fresh produce, while also supporting local people, businesses […]

June 17, 2015

Starting to Save for a College 529 Plan

Even if your children are making their way through high school, it’s not too late to start thinking about paying for college. Over the years college has become increasingly more expensive. In 2014-15, tuition and fees for a public four-year school rose 2.9%. To attend college in 2014, the national average for a public four-year […]

May 29, 2015

City’s Marketing Department on the Move

City Financial Corporation is pleased to announce positive contributions and recent accolades by the Marketing & Communications Department. Marketing and Communications Director, Jenny Peters, is a finalist for an Inspire Award. Sponsored by College Mentors for Kids, the Inspire awards celebrate the efforts of individuals and organizations which have inspired excellence in the workplace or […]

February 25, 2015

Employees Put the “City” in Georgia Street’s City Sidewalks Tree Decorating Contest

On December 19th, City Securities employees bundled up and participated in decorating for the second annual Georgia Street City Sidewalks Tree Decorating Contest. With their stuffing-filled Grinch legs, cardboard box and craft paper-made fireplace, and enough sparkly ornaments to give you a headache, they took to their bare tree in hopes of telling the story of […]

December 23, 2014

Thinking Outside the Gift Box

When Kevin Schmidt began woodworking 25 years ago, he never anticipated that his hobby would become a way for him to show appreciation to his clients for their business. At first, it was simply something that he did in his free time – completing small projects one at a time. But, over the years, he’s […]

December 23, 2014