Haberfeld’s Dr. Sean C. Payant reveals how it’s possible to weather historically difficult times and grow your financial institution in even the toughest conditions.
On Sept. 17, Haberfeld CEO David Furnace sat down with Lou Carlozo, editor-in-chief at BAI Banking Strategies, to discuss planning, marketing and talent management – or, The Three Pillars of Success for Community Banks. This interview was printed as a Q&A. For this summary we’ve paraphrased Mr. Furnace’s responses. You can find the full transcript below, and the full podcast … Read More
Today’s rising interest-rate environment is a popular topic of conversation at corporate conference tables — as well as family kitchen tables – across America. Investors, financial advisors, stock brokers, securities traders, bond portfolio managers, and consumers alike have a stake in understanding the implications of the higher interest rates we’ve seen in the last three years—and in anticipating future rate … Read More
To paraphrase the old saying, all courses of action are risky, so fortune favors those who calculate risk and act decisively. The same goes for poker players who know when to go all in, and for community financial institutions that want to win and attract all the customers they can. By Stephanie Kubert Over the last several years, “all in” … Read More
By Jenifer Snook Community banks and credit unions are facing tougher competition every day. Pair that with many financial institutions losing important NSF fee revenue and it is more important than ever to make sure each and every customer is profitable. There are two ways to increase sales: gain new customers and sell new products to existing customers. Community banks … Read More
By Matt Swanson “If reality TV has taught us anything, it’s that you can’t keep people with no shame down.” Liz Lemon, 30 Rock Self-awareness has been broadly defined as, “knowledge and awareness of one’s own personality or character”. Self-awareness of the areas in our personality or character that need to be adjusted or fine-tuned is what I’m concerned about. … Read More