Don’t let your community financial institution get eclipsed!

On April 8, 2024, a total solar eclipse was visible in parts of the United States. The eclipse clocked in at just over four minutes, but some local governments declared disaster declarations due to the unusual influx of people. This incredible event “eclipsed” work, school and more in areas that experienced it.

There’s an eclipse problem among community financial institutions too…and it’s not caused by solar phenomena.

The changing industry environment is smothering too many community banks and credit unions. It’s time to recognize what’s going on and fight to keep pace before the lights go out forever.

Risks you can’t see

Without special glasses, you couldn’t look at the eclipse. It would’ve blinded you.


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