Regents Bank, The San Diego Business Bank Offering Your Business Financial Strength and Experience

Last week in a Wall Street Journal Article written by Victoria McGrane titled “Living Wills Due Next Year”, she outlined how there is a deadline in 2012 for some of the largest U.S. Banks to create contingency plans so regulators can better understand the complex structures of these large financial institutions and be prepared to assist in the event of financial upheaval resembling that of 2008. This is a very prudent move and is designed to protect depositors at over 100 of the largest banks doing business in the U.S.

As we all know, bigger is not always better. Our slogan, as shown on our website at https://www.regentsbank.com, is “Here Today and Here Tomorrow”.  We just celebrated our ten year anniversary this month and have succeeded because of our commitment these past ten years as fellow entrepreneurs,  and as local bankers that take a personal interest in helping our business clients succeed. That commitment has been returned in kind by our loyal clients, which we deeply appreciate.

On August 10th Regents Bank released strong 2nd quarter earnings, as referenced in this blog at https://regentsbankblog.com/?p=25.  Our growth in a still challenging economy is a testament to our entrepreneurial philosophy and our commitment to help our clients grow no matter what the prevailing economic climate is. Our clients find it reassuring to be aligned with a local bank that has the financial strength and the experienced, local leadership to help them make sound financial decisions. We welcome the opportunity to get to know you and see if Regents Bank is the right business bank for you.  Contact a local Regents Banker today and get information on our complete portfolio of business banking and advisory services. We think you’ll like what you see.

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Posted on September 19, 2011, in Regents Bank and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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