Articles About Banking

  • A new remote deposit service is extending this Connecticut bankís marketing footprint, by: Mark Candido, President; & Ken Innocenzi, Vice President/Operations and Compliance
    Quinnipiac Bank & Trust Company ($33 million, Hamden, Connecticut) offers a remote deposit product thatís helped attract prospective quality customers who it otherwise would not be able to do business with. (July 2009)
  • A Bank is a Bank. Or is it?, by: Mark Candido, President & CEO
    The banking industry in the nation has gone topsy-turvy. Buying insurance companies, selling off residential mortgages, opening investment and credit card divisions has taken its toll on the historical tradition of banking. (July 2009)
  • The Return of Ma & Pa Banker, by Matthew Boyle, Fortune Magazine
    From the mountains to the prairies, local banks are producing returns that make the multinationals envious. Fortune's Matthew Boyle reviews the balance sheets. (May 8, 2007)
  • Evaluating Community Banks, by James R. Miller , de novo
    There is a predictability to the ebb and flow of community bank activity in the United States. Every seven to ten years, since the end of World War II, we have witnessed a resurgence in new bank applications submitted, and charters granted. This is usually followed by a period during which mergers and acquisitions have taken their toll (June 21, 2006)
  • Welcome to de novo country, where capital is king - de novo
    In terms of the actual number of startups through the first half of the year, 2005 would appear to be a strong but by no means banner year for de novo banks, proof positive that looks can be deceiving. (October 14, 2005)