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Twin Cities Business: Notable Women in Commercial Banking 2021

TCB’s 22 Notable Women in Commercial Banking were already responsible for managing trillions of dollars at some of Minnesota’s largest commercial banks and institutions. Add in a global pandemic and they were also responsible for steering clients through the complexities of the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and other Covid-19 assistance programs, helping to keep Minnesota ...

2021-02-12T10:39:52-05:00February 12th, 2021|In the News|

Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal: PPP Round 2: These Twin Cities Banks are Participating and Tell What You Need Know

With the U.S. Small Business Administration launching a new $284 billion Paycheck Protection Program last week, the Business Journal asked Twin Cities banks whether they plan to participate and, if so, whether they will accept applications from businesses that are not existing customers. We also asked them what prospective borrowers should know. The inquiries to more ...

2021-04-14T10:46:19-05:00January 18th, 2021|In the News|

Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal: Letter to the Editor

To the editor: Regarding your article in the Dec. 11 edition of the Business Journal titled, “For PPP, these banks outpunch their big rivals” (published online here), I thought I would take the time to offer a little more perspective. You make it clear the list you published is focused on the “state’s largest banks ...

2020-12-29T08:31:53-05:00December 16th, 2020|In the News|

ICBM: Drake Bank Honors Staff for Community Commitment

The Merriam Webster Dictionary defines the word “hero” as “a person admired for achievements and noble qualities” and “one who shows great courage.” Community bankers are known for making a local difference in the community, and the people of Drake Bank are representative of this commitment. As such, the bank has honored each of them ...

2020-12-29T08:29:28-05:00December 3rd, 2020|In the News|

Minnesota Bankers Association: Announcements

Social Assurance announced Drake Bank as a winner of the 2020 Community Spark Award. The award recognizes banks and credit unions making an outstanding difference in their local communities through unique support, volunteerism, philanthropy, and development initiatives. Read More

2020-12-29T08:48:48-05:00November 20th, 2020|In the News|
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