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Category: Banking, Investors, Capital

Camden Fine
Camden Fine joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the challenges and opportunities ahead for Community Banks, including the imperative of growing their numbers to keep up with attrition and consolidation.
Camden Fine
Camden Fine joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that the state of American Community Banks is improving, and after a decade of being attacked by the overbearing government regulations, finally small banks will be treated differently from the big ones.
Camden Fine
Camden Fine joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that after leading the Independent Community Bankers of America for 15 years, it’s time to step down, and Jim congratulates him on the amazing legacy he’s leaving behind.
Terri Maxwell
Terri Maxwell joins Jim Blasingame to identify her role as a leader of a social impact accelerator, which is designed to invest in organizations that are dedicated to doing business in an ethical and socially responsible way.
Jim Blasingame
Jim Blasingame offers his thoughts on how to think about the role crypto-currencies – including Bitcoin – play in the current and future marketplace.
Patrick Henry
Patrick Henry joins Jim Blasingame to describe the difference between how the two types of startups go about acquiring the capital funding of their ventures.
Lauren Midgley
Lauren Midgley joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that by sharing your vision with employees it allows them to accept delegation more, and therefore, frees your time up to do more productive things.
Thomas Sullivan
Thomas Sullivan joins Jim Blasingame to report on the progress Congress is making in order to remove the unfair parts of the Dodd-Frank bill that have been hurting small banks for almost a decade.
Andrew Gause
Andrew Gause joins Jim Blasingame to discuss reasons why the U.S. dollar isn’t currently as strong as it needs to be, and how we would benefit from its strengthening. Plus why a return to the gold standard is not likely any time soon.
Andrew Gause
Andrew Gause joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the issues the Fed is weighing as it considers raising interest rates, and to predict that they will raise at least a quarter point, but possibly a half point.

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