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Using technology to enhance the client experience

Using technology to enhance the client experience

Using technology to enhance the client experience Most of today’s successful businesses use technology to help them accomplish more in less time. And, in terms of technology, the past three decades have been particularly transformative in many ways. One particular...

Choosing Fixed- or Variable-Rate Business Financing

Choosing Fixed- or Variable-Rate Business Financing

Traditionally, commercial borrowers have had limited options in the type of financing available to meet their business needs. Whether the purpose was for business growth or simply boosting working capital, many lenders have not tailored their financial products to borrower’s requirements. For borrowers, that usually meant variable rates that were based off of benchmark indices such as the prime rate. Unfortunately, the inherent volatility of those indices often made it difficult to ensure cash flows are sufficient to repay your obligations.
Of Interest Rates and Inversions

Of Interest Rates and Inversions

The media frequently broadcasts unsettling stories about interest rates or about poorly understood economic concepts like the inverted yield curve. Most of those stories gloss over the issues, with a series of talking heads predicting great calamities, until the next heavily hyped topic distracts everyone’s attention.
Dealing with Panicked Clients

Dealing with Panicked Clients

Such words are uttered by Kevin Bacon during the climax of the movie Animal House (1978), as his character – the antagonistic Chip Diller – helplessly attempts to address a fleeing mob of shrieking parade-goers.  The context of the scene notwithstanding, this is often how it can feel when having to deal with panicking clients; as if your words are but one addition to an entire mountain of noise, quickly drowned out and just as quickly forgotten.