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Credit Crisis Rx

Session 1 - "How to Compete for Scarce Bank Credit"
· Part 3 - Banking Relationships and Obtaining Credit on the Best Terms


May 7, 2009

Series Moderators
John Colwell John Colwell
Managing Director
Mentor Capital Partners LLC
Towson, MD
Pierce Dunn

Pierce Dunn
Strategic Advisor
Brown Advisory
Baltimore, MD

 

Session 1 -  “How to Compete for Scarce Bank Credit”

Top executives from Maryland’s leading corporate and commercial banks discuss real-time developments in bank credit markets and provide insider tips on bank credit strategies.

Panelists      
August Chiasera August Chiasera
Senior Vice President
M&T Bank Corporation and President
Greater Baltimore
Gregory Farno Gregory A. Farno
Senior Vice President
Middle Market Banking, SunTrust Bank, Mid-Atlantic
Baltimore, MD
Scott Nicholson Scott Nicholson
EVP & Chief Banking Officer
The Columbia Bank
Columbia, MD
Mary Ann Scully Mary Ann Scully
Chairman, President, Chief Executive Officer
Howard Bank
Ellicott City, MD

 

 

 

 

 


Sponsored By:

Maryland

Mentor


Brown Advisory

MEP


Hosted By:

University of Baltmimore EOC

 


Produced By:

CFI

SME


Capital Formation Institute, Inc.
a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
Office of Science, Technology Transfer and Economic Outreach
University at Buffalo, 1576 Sweet Home Rd., Amherst, NY 14228



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