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Join Joe Scarborough, Mika Brzezinski, and Willie Geist, for in-depth and informed discussions that help drive the day's political conversation. Top newsmakers, Washington insiders, journalists, and cultural influencers, come together on Morning Joe for unparalleled insight and analysis around the day's biggest stories.
 
The Paul W. Barret, Jr. School of Banking is a non-profit independent school created by and governed by a Board of Regents, whose members are executives from banks and other firms involved with the financial services industry.The mission of the School is to provide an adult learning experience for the career-oriented individual in commercial banking or a related financial services industry business.
 
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Ag Lending is a HUGE part of many community banks credit services. It requires, however, a different set of credit skills and know-how and we are seeing an experience gap in ag lending that needs to be addressed. It's a specialized type of credit, to be sure, but it is one that has the potential to lead to generational and profitable relationships …
 
The difficult thing about this series is that I can't say "x + y = z" for you in your markets. I can't give you a formula for guaranteed success no matter the market. But...what I can do is help to create the framework and help you see what victory would look like so that when you identify where you want to go, you'll know you're on the right track…
 
Earlier this year, the #TaxTwitter community discussed some of the craziest things bankers have asked CPAs. It got me to thinking that there is probably room for both parties to sit down and talk about our similarities and differences and see how we can work together. In many communities, we serve the same people and even have similar approaches to…
 
The hardest part of any project is getting started. We've spent the last few weeks learning how to think about strategy as superheroes but what do we do first? What's the first step? The shortest answer is...get the easiest win! No doubt you've seen a long "to-do" list start to develop. What's the easiest win? That's where you need to start!Don't f…
 
It's easy to get caught up in the "fun" stuff of strategy...but we have to remember that effective strategy embraces a mathematical approach as well. Sun Tzu uses the word "calculations" when discussing what we need to do before we strike. Also, we have to realize where we can be most effective and that...put simply...is being where they ain't. (Pa…
 
Today, we'll talk about how to use those 5 Constant Factors (Culture, the Economy, the Market, Leadership, and Operations) to find our starting place...find where we need to start off the adventure in becoming a superhero banker!1) Between you and your competitors (whomever they might be), who has the stronger culture?2) Which has the strongest exe…
 
In order to be a superhero, we need to learn how superheroes think and see the world. We need to start building our utility belts...sharpening our swords...getting our lightsabers together. We'll dive into what Sun Tzu calls the 5 Constant Factors and discuss what that means for community banks.Also, I'd love for you to email me at byron@barretbank…
 
Our longtime listeners will remember Brian Bauer and he is back with his new venture, Abaca. They have put together a comprehensive cannabis banking and financial platform that is quite impressive and directly addresses the concerns many community banks have in this area. For more information: contact Brian at goabaca.com…
 
With the April payroll numbers just hitting the markets and Fed Funds Futures doing historic things...Jim Reber comes back to give us his community banking industry update. Whenever anything hits the markets during these times, we'll have Jim on to give us his insights.By Barret School of Banking
 
Jim Reber, CEO of ICBA Securities, returns for his frequent Main Street Business Industry Update. As you know, we've gotten some economic numbers that hit the industry this week. Jim does his usual excellent job in showing our listeners how this impacts our industry.To learn more about Jim and ICBA Securites, check out their website: https://www.ic…
 
For some of us, we have been experiencing remote working, trying to maintain regular productivity, stay sane...all of it...for over a month now. Justin Muscolino with GRC Solutions, a good friend of Barret, is on today with some really good advice for those remote working blues in addition to some thoughts on compliance needs we need to discuss as …
 
As we stated a few weeks ago, as news comes out we'll have Jim Reber with ICBA Securities on to give us his insight into the news and its impact on community banks. With PPP having been exhausted, a possible second round coming soon, interest rates/markets reacting the way they are...it's important for community banks to stay abreast of the situati…
 
At the risk of dissecting a new index and boring our audience, let's talk about the workforce today...what they're feeling and who's feeling what. It's important to consider if we are going to serve our customers as well as our employees.Check out the report LinkedIn put out: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/workforce-confidence-index-introducing-biw…
 
As many of our listeners know...PPP was not a smooth process for community banks despite what the news told us. Many of you worked tirelessly through the weekend and long into the night to help your customers during this time. Pres Kennedy, the former chairman of the ICBA, is one of the strongest proponents of community banks and expressed deep con…
 
With things changing in the markets rapidly, we are going to bring on Jim Reber with ICBA Securities to update listeners with economic news...when economic news happens. As you know, Jim's done our quarterly Main Street Economic Update for awhile now...but we know that, these days, quarterly isn't timely enough for bankers. Today, we discuss the un…
 
We all know that one of the impacts we are going to face with this COVID-19 is the credit quality of our loans. Is it the most important thing facing our world today, clearly not. But it is coming...and it is something we need to have a game plan for as we continue on with 2020 and in to 2021.By Barret School of Banking
 
We pick up where we left off yesterday with Jimmy and Joshua's conversation about the issues many community banks face with remote working. Now, more than ever, the ideas of contingency planning and technology is so important for us to grasp. For more information, please check out https://sawyersjacobs.com/…
 
We are facing a new paradigm right now in community banking. Many of our notions on remote working, security, and technology in general is being challenged. And there are no better friends of community banking in this area than Jimmy Sawyers and Joshua Jacobs. For more information about Sawyers and Jacobs, check out their website: https://sawyersja…
 
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