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Our Fintech Solutions business provides end-to-end sponsor-bank services for payments processing, including debit and prepaid card issuance, Automated Clearing House (ACH) and push-to-card services supported by cutting-edge technical capabilities including real-time payments transfer.
The Institutional Banking team develops banking solutions to help independent and registered financial professionals better manage client wealth. Our holistic wealth management services, including the Securities- and Insurance-Backed Line of Credit and deposit accounts, offer premium banking features with the goal of promoting overall savings.
Our Commercial Lending Business offers a unique service pairing that includes Small Business Lending and Commercial Fleet Leasing. This combination of services is supported by our SBA National Preferred Lender status and our ability to provide bank-direct leasing to commercial, municipal, state and federal entities that need to build or replace their vehicle/equipment fleets.
Real Estate Bridge Lending
The Bancorp Real Estate Bridge Lending Team combines comprehensive market knowledge and underwriting expertise to provide our partners with reliable access to competitive rates and flexible financing for commercial properties nationwide.
Q2 2022 FINANCIAL RESULTS WEBCAST
THE BANCORP APPOINTS TIMOTHY GREEN AS NEW HEAD OF FINTECH LENDING
Q1 2022 FINANCIAL RESULTS WEBCAST
THE BANCORP APPOINTS RANDALL BAUGH AS NEW CHIEF COMPLIANCE OFFICER
THE BANCORP RANKED #25 ON EQUAL OPPORTUNITY MAGAZINE'S 2022 TOP 50 EMPLOYERS LIST
THE BANCORP NAMED A TOP 50 COMMUNITY BANK IN 2021 BY S&P GLOBAL MARKET INTELLIGENCE
THE BANCORP COMMERCIAL LENDING ANNOUNCES NATIONAL LOAN PROGRAM FOR THE FUNERAL HOME INDUSTRY
BUSINESS REVIEW & INVESTOR PRESENTATION - UPDATED
Q4 2021 FINANCIAL RESULTS WEBCAST
THE BANCORP IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE CHERYL CREUZOT HAS JOINED ITS BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
THE BANCORP EXPANDS SIOUX FALLS PRESENCE WITH NEW OFFICE AT CHERAPA PLACE
BUSINESS REVIEW & INVESTOR PRESENTATION - UPDATED
The IBLOC: A New Avenue to Manage Wealth
The Insurance-Backed Line of Credit (IBLOC) offers financial professionals and their clients a way to create liquidity while preserving wealth. In ThinkAdvisor webinar, The Bancorp experts Abdbullah Rajput, Director, IBLOC Lead and John Protlich, Director, Regional Business Development Officer, take a deep dive into the IBLOC.
Questions for Lawn Care Businesses That Want To Be Acquired
Many lawn care businesses are juggling a combination of consistent, increasing demand for services and an aging/shrinking workforce. For these business leaders, it’s vital to examine the business within the context of the following questions as they begin to plan for the future and determine if acquisition is the best course of action.
The Chip Shortage: One Year Later
As we near a full year since this issue began, The Bancorp takes a look at one of the hardest hit industries — construction — and forecasts what business owners may be able to expect as the shortage continues, as well as how to navigate the situation until it is a thing of the past.
What Market Volatility Means for The Bancorp SBLOC
Volatile financial markets have become a concern for financial professionals and their clients alike. Over the past several months, critical economic indicators and geopolitical events have generated a “perfect storm” of uncertainty in global markets.
The Bancorp IBLOC Leadership Roundtable: IBLOC 101
Abdullah Rajput, Director, IBLOC Lead and John Profitlich, Director, Regional Business Development Officer, offer insight and suggestions to help financial professionals and their clients better understand the uses and benefits of an IBLOC so they can make better financial decisions.
Celebrating Resiliency: Small Business Week 2022
There is no question that small business owners have been through a tumultuous time over the past few years. Through the hardships brought on by the pandemic and its ongoing economic and social impact, business owners have dealt with unparalleled pressure to remain resilient and determined to sustain and grow their companies.
Independently-Owned Assisted Living Facilities Are Primed for Success amid Exponential Industry Growth
There are more than 70 million baby boomers in the United States who are at or near retirement age, and about 70% are expected to enter some type of assisted living facility (ALF) in the future. This, coupled with the fact that Americans are living longer, has prompted many older Americans to turn to ALFs to serve their needs, which has generally driven remarkable growth in the industry.
How the Infrastructure Bill Will Affect the Commercial Construction Industry
For years, Congress debated the need for a bill that would strengthen and reinforce America’s deteriorating infrastructure. On November 15, 2021, President Biden signed a historic $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure deal, titled the “Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act,” into law.
Looking Back and Forward: A Review of Trends in the Construction Industry
At the start of the coronavirus pandemic in March 2020, like so many other areas of infrastructure, the construction industry came to a grinding halt due to health and safety concerns. As businesses tried to return to “normal,” they were (and continue to be) faced with delays.
Why Lawn Care Businesses Are Primed for Market Consolidation
With a greater focus on home improvements, coupled with the ongoing maintenance required by homeowners, businesses experienced a slew of return customers who not only wanted services, but needed them.
Part II: What to Know about Growing Your Home Services Business: Acquiring a Stand-Alone Small Business
For small home services businesses on the receiving end of increased demand, operating as-is may no longer be feasible or sustainable. As owners vet their opportunities to capitalize on growth, many roads may lead to acquisition, whether that be a franchise or another stand-alone business.
Take on Tax Season with an Insurance or Securities-Backed Line of Credit
While some may be eager to continue building their investment portfolio or venture to pursue new investments, there is one major financial obligation important to plan for: 2021 taxes.