“What if YOUR Bank Had the Unfair Advantage for Loan Growth in 2022?”
Your loan growth in 2022 needs a shot in the arm. Forget “sky’s the limit,” you need real, visceral results that will take your bank to the moon.
Truth is, you don’t have time to mess around. You’ve gone round and round watching strategy after strategy, program after program fail or provide “tiny wins” and you’re sick of waiting for the other shoe to drop.
You’re ready to at least START down a path of real change. You’re ready to light the fuse on this rocket and start getting real results. The thing on every CEO’s mind these days is loan growth.
There’s more competition than ever for the best-quality loans.
This competition is the ultimate “foot race” in banking. Those that win will establish themselves as the winners in their market, while the rest limp along, fending off everything from boardroom talk of hiring a new CEO that can actually get it done to finally selling off to a more competent holding company.
Opportunistic competitors are coming after your best loans with interest rates that are unsustainable and designed to pick off your customers quickly and build their own long-term relationship with them. Additionally, loan portfolios are at risk due to closings, layoffs, and businesses downsizing to address the new economic environment.
Most banks use the same “tried and (un)true” methods to fight off predators – hire more lenders and have them make more calls. But that doesn’t work. It didn’t work in the past and it especially doesn’t work now. New strategies must be put in place because the new game of banking means you must achieve better quality, better pricing, and increased growth of your loan portfolio, all at the same time.
The old models just aren’t working. They haven’t for a while now.
Watch the recording to discover how to achieve safe loan growth, with the right loans that are best for your bank. We’ll show you the blueprint for confidence-building systems to acquire high-level outcomes every quarter. We’ll also show you how to achieve stage-appropriate accountability to actions that work now.
Most importantly, we’ll show you how to keep your best loans and attract more of the same.
This is a must-watch event for you and your team!
“Emmerich showed us how to double our growth…”
– C. Floyd, President & CEO, First National Bank of Syracuse
Guiding your team through the livestream event is Roxanne Emmerich
Nobody has helped more banks effectively and strategically plan and get to top-of-peers status than Roxanne Emmerich.
Bestselling Author: Roxanne is the New York Times, WSJ, and International bestselling author of Thank God It’s Monday!® and author of Profit-Growth Banking, Net Interest Margin Solution, and her newest release, The Breakthrough Banking Blueprint.
She is also editor-in-chief of Extraordinary Banker® magazine, which has a readership of 15,000 board members and executives from the best banks in the country.
Banking’s Thought Leader: Roxanne is the founder and chair of the Institute for Extraordinary Banking™ and creator of the Banky™ Award—the highest designation for results-oriented elite community banks of America. Her Best Banks in America™ Super Conference consistently receives rave reviews as the best conference for elite, results-oriented, ambitious bank executives and board members.
Transformation Agent: Roxanne is CEO of the Emmerich Group®. For the last three decades, Roxanne and her team have helped hundreds of banks transform their performance to get to top 5% performance and, more importantly, stay there. Successful Meetings magazine listed her as one of the top three speakers in the country on organizational culture.
Awarded Contributor: Roxanne is a National Speaker Hall of Fame inductee, a distinguished alumna of the University of Wisconsin, and recipient of the prestigious Nido Qubein Philanthropist of the Year award for her ongoing work to build schools in Africa.
Share with your entire executive team so that you can get aligned on the right strategies you should be focusing on in 2022 and to get your team aligned right now.