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“Peeking Under The Hood”: What Are You Doing and What Is Your Competition Doing? Part 3 of 4

Today is Day 3 on “Peeking Under The Hood”. This is our look at the FDIC’s Small Business Lending Survey that examines how small businesses are serviced by the banking community. Today, we are delving deeper into understanding what banks are doing, why they’re doing it, and what the competition is doing in the same …

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“Peeking Under The Hood”: Markets and Competition. Part 2 of 4

Today is part 2 in a 4 part series called “Peeking Under The Hood”. It is a commentary on the FDIC’s Small Business Lending Survey released several days ago and provides some very interesting insights into small business lending across the banking industry. To catch up, you can read Part 1 here and I would …

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"Peeking Under The Hood: A look at small business lending. Part 1 of 4

Today, I’m starting a new blog series entitled “Peeking Under The Hood” where we will look at the FDIC’s Small Business Lending Survey released a few days ago. You can find a link to it here. Now, I know spending four days in an FDIC report is right up there with watching paint dry, the …

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Now is the Time to Charter a New Bank

The banking industry is in need of new community banks. At the beginning of 2010, there were 8,021 active banking charters across the United States. As of early May 2018, there were 5,585 active banking charters. That is a reduction of nearly 2,500 banking charters through acquisition, failure, or charter consolidation within a common parent …

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No Loan Left Behind: Financing Unique Situations feat. Patrick Trammell

PRESENTS: No Loan Left Behind: Financing Unique Situations Speaker: Patrick Trammell As the world becomes both smaller and more complex, Bankers are asked to consider more out of the box requests. This seminar addresses how to structure unique situations. Included are situations involving Importers, Turnaround Situations, Construction, Highly Seasonal Loans, Purchase Order Finance, Highly Leveraged …

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Community Banking Month…#banklocal

April is Community Banking Month if you didn’t already realize this. I fully realize that, more than likely, the town is not redecorating the square/Main Street/main hub in your honor and I seriously doubt the schoolchildren are coloring the pictures from “Great Moments in Banking” for you to hang on the fridge. (“Daddy, who is …

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