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"Making Your Bank Relationship Work for You"
John Colwell

John Colwell
Mentor Capital Partners*
Baltimore, MD


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The current capital crisis, even with the federal $700 billion bailout, has dramatically reduced credit availability. It has already begun to create serious problems for startups and successful small-to-medium sized enterprises (SMEs). For these businesses, bank debt is often the principal or only source of outside capital. Now SME owners and CEOs are asking, “What can be done to avoid becoming a victim of reduced availability of bank credit?” One answer is to examine the relationship with your bank and find ways to make the relationship work for you. Listen as John Colwell shares five steps to position companies to succeed in the competition for scarce credit.

*Mentor Capital Partners provides clients with desision-making tools for optimizing business performance and owner wealth, and investment banking services for executing successful business acquisitions, shareholder liquidity events, and debt and quity financing.

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