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The prospect of navigating a changing industry through an economic downturn keeps bankers cautious, but many agree that their institutions -- particularly if free from toxic assets -- can survive, thrive and offer value to customers.
Steve Sefton isn’t a doctor or a sleep lab technician, nor does he analyze circadian rhythms, but he is a sleep consultant of sorts -- as he’s adept at providing solutions to critical issues that keep his clients awake during the wee hours of the night.
Linda Thomas began her banking career 37 years ago as a part-time teller. In that time, she’s worked almost every bank position, forged long-lasting relationships with clients and colleagues alike, and weathered seven bank mergers.
Pure Financial Advisors is not your typical financial services company. It not only maintains a focus on full transparency, but it’s not commission-based — and there’s no minimum net worth required for clients.
June 11, 2013 -- Executive Editor George Chamberlin speaks with Jeff Stone and Stephen O'Connell of North Island Credit Union about the comeback in business lending, "storybook lending," and the competitive nature between banks and credit unions today.