Regents Bank CEO Dan Yates Discusses Their Consultative Banking Approach in San Diego Union Tribune Article

Regents Bank CEO Dan Yates

Regents Bank CEO Dan Yates

On Sunday, December 16, 2012, the San Diego Union Tribune features a discussion with Regents Bank CEO Dan Yates. In this very informative article Dan discusses the state of the banking industry, as well as strategic moves that Regents has made in 2012. He also explains how Regents Bank has prospered and grown during a very difficult time for most banks by using a “consultative banking approach” which entails getting to know their clients personally, not just their financial statements. This alliance created between the client and their personal banker, or Relationship Manager”, is why so many of the bank’s clients refer other businesses to Regents Bank and why Regents continues to flourish while many other banks continue to struggle. Read the interview with Dan in the Union Tribune Article, “REGENTS CEO FOCUSES ON BUSINESS STRATEGY”.screen-shot-2016-09-13-at-11-07-51-am


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