As Q4 approaches, banks and credit unions will need to perform a balancing act: continue to support their customers Paycheck Protection Program needs and shift their strategy to the new normal.
While financial institutions still have their work cutout for them in supporting their borrowers through PPP Forgiveness, now is when they need to shift their focus to the strategy that will support them throughout the rest of 2020 and into the new year.
The planning and execution that will need to take place over the coming weeks and months will be like no other—and as such, banks and credit unions are seeking a wide range of perspectives to help them better understand the road ahead and the obstacles associated with it.
As the managing partner of Patriot Financial Partners, a private equity firm focused on investing in community banks, thrifts, and financial services related companies throughout the United States, Kirk Wycoff has a unique point of view of what the next year looks like for the industry.
With more than 25 years of experience in the space and a reputation as one of the banking industry’s top investors, Kirk helps lead a team that has invested in dozens of financial institutions since the firm’s founding in 2007.
On Sep. 22, Kirk will join our insights team for a special edition of our Weekly Tuesday Q&A session for a fireside chat on how capital markets are influencing bank budgets and strategies heading into 2021.
Our conversation with Kirk will cover key drivers impacting balance sheets as financial institutions shift focus beyond PPP, and include perspectives on:
- How public markets are evaluating banks
- What budgeting and planning looks like for successful banks in 2021
- Financial institutions' focus on loan production
- Increasing efficiency and portfolio growth
- The case for lending automation in 2021
Join us for this 30-min webinar on 9/22/20 at 3pm EST by registering today to save your seat.
About Patriot Financial Partners
Founded in 2007, Patriot Financial Partners is a private equity firm based in Radnor, PA focused on investing in community banks, thrifts and financial services related companies throughout the United States. Patriot’s objective is to seek superior risk-adjusted returns by applying a hands-on, value-added investment model to non-control investments within the community banking sector. Patriot has expanded its focus to include adjacent niche markets within the financial services sector.