During these times, the way we hold meetings has changed but the benefits of networking and education has not.
YOU ARE INVITED TO OUR VIRTUAL EVENT!
Best Practices in Banking Q&A
Your Questions Answered on Banking Security, Accounts, and Loans
Tuesday, May 12
7:45 – 9 a.m.
Virtual Zoom Meeting
Thomas Pope, AAP, Vice President – Business Services at Park Bank
Peter Benson, AAP, First Vice President – Business Services at Park Bank
We will discuss… There is plenty of uncertainty in the world these days, and your banking relationship shouldn’t contribute to your feelings of concern. Join us for an opportunity to ask these Park Bank leaders your questions related to your bank accounts, banking relationships, and PPP loans. You are welcome to send your questions ahead of time.
About our presenters:
While Tom has over 25 years of experience and a Bachelor’s degree from UW-Platteville in Business Administration, he is best known for the level of service he provides his clients. He puts himself in his clients’ shoes and gets to know what they are trying to accomplish. Tom focuses on his clients’ best interest and finding the right products and services to help them succeed and grow their business. When he isn’t working hard to make his clients’ lives easier, he also serves as the treasurer of MG Sings, Monona Grove’s show choir.
With both a Graduate School of Banking degree as well as an undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin, Peter has fulfilled a number of banking roles with Park Bank, culminating in his current position as First Vice President of Business Banking. Peter has worked with all types and sizes of businesses and helped meet financing needs ranging from small startup capital to major expansion funds.
This event is free of charge. Attendance will be capped at 15 guests.
We ask that you please RSVP to Andrea (email@example.com) by Monday, May 11, to ensure you reserve a spot and Zoom meeting information.
We hope you enjoyed the 2019-20 Breakfast with Benefits series as much as we did! Many thanks to our presenters for their time and expertise:
Kirsten Houghton with SVA; Jen Korz and Jamie Monroe with Heartland Farm Sanctuary and Sarah Bewitz with Clean Wisconsin; Melissa Carlson with Melissa Carlson Creative, Leslie Blaize with Blaize Communications, Kyle Wege with Crimson Sun Studios, and Robert McClean with Kramer Madison; Derrick Van Mell with the Center for Management Terms & Practices; and Tom Pope and Peter Benson with Park Bank.
Following May’s BWB, we will be using the summer months to review feedback and develop next year’s schedule.
Keep an eye out in August for details on the event lineup for the 2020-21 series!