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Managing C&I Risk In A Time of Pandemic

On May 13, we co-hosted a webinar with Southeastern Commercial Finance on Managing C&I Risk during these times.  It was very insightful and I think we all got a game plan for how to handle this important sector in the portfolio.  It’s about getting in touch with our customers and nurturing that relationship to discover where, if any, problems may occur.

Here is the webinar if you’d like to see more.

Also, feel free to download the free eBook that goes along with this webinar.  It has the slides and the handouts Pat refers to during the course of the webinar.  You can view that online or download the PDF here.

 

If you’d like to know more, don’t hesitate to reach out to Pat via email at pat.trammell@southeasterncommercial.com

Also, if you’d like to work with Barret in co-hosting your next webinar or online learning event, let us know and we’ll be glad to help!

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Byron Earnheart

Byron Earnheart

Byron Earnheart is the Programming Director for the Barret School of Banking in Memphis, TN and the host of the “Main Street Banking” podcast…the only podcast solely devoted to community banks. He has over 15 years experience in the financial services industry; 11 of which have been in banking in various roles from teller work to branch management. He spends his time playing guitar and singing in Delta Heart (the “house band of the Mississippi Delta”), writing music, cooking, hunting, fishing, reading, and enduring the UT Vols athletic seasons. He is married to his wife Kelly of 10 years and has two children, John Aubrey (8) and Mary Laura (5).

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