Potters Financial Corp. of East Liverpool, Ohio, said it plans to offer investment products through a third-party provider next month.

Richard A. Adams, the director of new business development for Compulife Inc. of Midlothian, Va., said the $134.47 million-asset banking company signed a contract in early April.

Investment products will be available May 1, he said. One broker would serve Potters' three branches, the banking company said.

Compulife has 36 bank clients.

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