Sat.Mar 09, 2019

The Finanser’s Week: 4th March – 10th March 2019

Chris Skinner

The main blog headlines are … It’s only words … why values and missions are questionable I go around a lot of banks and am always struck by their similarities and differences. To be honest, there are more similarities than differences.

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The Tie That Binds? The Royal Instagram And Brexit Preppers


Over the centuries, the British have gained a reputation for a certain steadiness of character, best epitomized via the “Keep Calm and Carry On” poster commissioned by the British government in 1939 in preparation for World War II.

Bill Would Give CUs Greater Flexibility in Setting Loan Maturities

Keith Leggett's Credit Union Watch

Representatives Lee Zeldin (R-NY) and Vicente Gonzalez (D-TX) on March 8 introduced legislation (H.R. 1661) that would give the National Credit Union Administration greater flexibility in setting loan maturity limits under the Federal Credit Union Act. The Federal Credit Union Act limits the maximum loan maturity on certain loans to 15-years. The bill, if it becomes law, would give credit unions greater ability to grow. At the time this blog was published, the bill's language was not available.

Tennessee bank shuffles management after chief's retirement


Franklin Financial, which was recently freed from a memorandum of understanding, has installed interim leaders following its founding CEO's retirement and his son's resignation. Community banking Succession planning Recruiting Tennessee