Commercial Lending

Commercial Lending Survey:

U.S. bankers expect to lend more to businesses in 2016, according to survey data released earlier this month by Sageworks. Fifty-nine percent of the U.S. bankers surveyed by Sageworks told the company that they expect their institution to make more or significantly more commercial loans this year in comparison to last year. Just 5.6 percent of respondents expect their institution to make fewer or significantly fewer loans to businesses this year.

April 3rd Webinar

Many banks, especially community banks, are looking for sources of revenue to replace their traditional real estate lending and C&I concentrations. Treasury management services are revenue generators that have proven increasingly attractive to those banks. However, there are many such services, and providing them can become a potentially risky process if the bank isn’t careful about how it words its agreements with its customers.

Nuts and Bolts Summit

The Nuts and Bolts of Banking is a two-day summit for anyone wanting a complete banking overview – veteran bankers looking for a refresher course, new employees who need to learn the basics and bank suppliers who could use a primer on how a bank works.  This program is designed to acquaint attendees with banks and the banking environment.  You will understand how banking institutions are structured and regulated along with what banks do and how they do it.


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