Faces of Bank Insurance: OneBeacon

Industry roots sprout valued insights to strengthen your bank Uncertainty may be the greatest challenge a banker faces today. Natural disasters occur. Customers slip and fall. Banks are held up. The economy runs like a roller coaster… Having worked my entire career in the industry — first as a banker in New Mexico in the … Read more

Faces of Compliance & Risk Management: Shield Compliance

Trust the partner who knows your business Having spent much of my career leading retail operations at a community bank, I know financial institutions don’t want to be the first to take on something new. Fortunately, they don’t need to write the cannabis banking playbook from scratch. The team at Shield Compliance has deep expertise … Read more

Faces of Core Leadership: DCI

A transformative core culture transforms core customer experiences DCI leads among core technology providers with a historically unique composition of women executives who advance a unique, needed perspective and culture in the industry — one that focuses on listening. The DCI culture has always been defined by a symbiotic relationship with customers, and the conviction … Read more

Faces of Architecture: Vanman

Reliant on repeat business, firm goes beyond year’s warranty A few years back there was a shingle company that we used for a majority of our projects. If I remember correctly, the company came under new management and changed the composition of their adhesive to a cheaper alternative which resulted in several cases where groups … Read more

Faces of Architecture: TurnKey

Firm mitigated disaster’s impact with TurnKey service Titonka Savings Bank had been a long time customer. One Sunday morning I received a call from the president/CEO (at 5:30 a.m.) letting me know that the main branch had burned to the ground. He was asking for our help.  We immediately sent people there that day to … Read more

Faces of Architecture: Kirk Gross

  Kirk Gross has long history of doing ‘Whatever it Takes’ The projects that resonate are the projects with the biggest challenges such as digging a basement in solid bedrock only to find that the neighboring building had a cave underneath it. There are remodels of old buildings that require engineering to keep them structurally … Read more

Faces of architecture: HTG

It’s the only job we’ve ever had, and we love building banks! Our daily interactions and how we serve our clients showcases our commitment to their projects, and more importantly, their overall success. This includes things such as meeting with clients on weekends, answering calls and emails during “off” hours, challenging our clients to push … Read more