A Look into the Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank Collapses from the Artisan Advisors Team

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A Look into the Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank Collapses from the Artisan Advisors Team

Like you, the team at Artisan Advisors is processing how a $200 billion bank with a $16 billion market cap on Wednesday can fail on Friday. SVB was followed by an unprecedented Sunday seizure of Signature Bank. Even more amazing, the FDIC closed both without buyers and billions of uninsured deposits at risk. REGULATORS WERE […]

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Podcast: Interest Rates and the Economy – What’s in Store for 2023 according to Artisan’s Expert Panel  

Watch liquidity. Actively manage risk.  Embrace patience, discipline and simplicity. Words of wisdom from special guest and noted banking and investment expert and educator, Ed Krei, and Artisan Advisors’ Jim Adkins, Jeff Voss and Dave Larson in our latest edition of Artisan Unfiltered. Listen now to hear their unique and insightful POVs on the Fed’s

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Gone in 8 Seconds: A Cautionary Tale of Marketing to Gen Z

EIGHT SECONDS. That may be the most important number that you take away from this story.  You have 8 seconds to grab Gen Z’s attention.  Just let that sink in a little.  Makes you long for the whopping 12 seconds we had with the Millennials, doesn’t it?   Does this mean Gen Z (generally considered to

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Panning for Remote Gold: Cultivating Business Leaders in a Remote Working Environment

The last 20 months have been challenging to say the least. Covid-19 has dramatically changed how we all live together and interact with each other, both socially and in the way we make our livings. Prior to the pandemic, remote working was more of a trend than the dominant form of working life it has

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Community Banks – Relevant Today, Relevant Tomorrow

At a strategic retreat of family owned and closely held banks, I was privileged to connect with community institution leaders from the Upper Midwest. As we went around the room, each introduced themselves and shared a little background about their bank and what made them unique. There was an overriding theme that resonated with each

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What’s Lurking in your Loan Portfolio?

“Unexpected and unpleasant surprises may be lurking behind what could be interpreted as an initial rebound after such an unprecedented year.” In a recent opinion piece, this was the solemn conclusion my colleague Jeff Voss reached when he offered his evaluation of the state of community banking, once the COVID-driven government intervention completely recedes. For

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For Community Banks, the Worst May Not Be Over

There’s a lot of talk lately about getting back to normal. People are getting vaccinated. Mask restrictions are easing. Towns and cities across America are opening up again. Businesses are beginning to call people back into the office and many industries are seeing signs of real recovery.  Banking is something of a different story. Given

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