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By: Brad Womack

The bank monitors and retains key Reg E revenue, improves staff accountability and decisionmaking, and increases topline revenue using business intelligence technology.

Does Your Bank Have a Sales Prevention Department? Our Bank Did!


Webinar Recording

Please join us in a casual conversation about how 2 community banks took their sales culture to a new level. We will be hosting a free webinar on Sept 9th at 10:00am.   Gain insight from this webinar into the How To Create a Sales Culture in a Community Bank Summit.

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Justice's New War Against Lenders


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WSJ - Justice's New War Against Lenders
The Obama administration repeats mistakes of the past by intimidating banks into lending to minority borrowers at below-market rates in the name of combatting discrimination.

By MARY KISSEL

Community Banks Learning New Tricks


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It seems everyone in community banking knows the model needs to evolve, but few have any great ideas on how to do it. One thing does seem certain: standing still is not an option... read more.

Time to Say No to Bank Consolidation


IBAT's goal is to provide a diversity of opinions and viewpoints
about national banking news.  Some news articles do not necessarily
reflect the opinion of the Independent Bankers Association of Texas.

By Steven Pearlstein, Published: August 27

It was only two years ago that there was a spirited debate about whether to break up the country’s biggest banks so the government would never again have to step in and bail them out for fear that a failure would trigger a financial panic.

Big Banks Offer Payday Loans


IBAT's goal is to provide a diversity of opinions and viewpoints
about national banking news.  Some news articles do not necessarily
reflect the opinion of the Independent Bankers Association of Texas.

By Candice Choi
The Associated Press

NEW YORK -- Payday loans may be coming to a bank near you.

They're marketed under a different name, but a handful of major banks already let customers borrow against their paychecks for a fee. And there are signs that the option may soon become more widely available.

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