21st Century Bank Featured in Twin Cities Business Article on Economic Recovery

By Jon Dolphin, President at 21st Century Bank

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Confidence is what drives the economy – period.

Here at 21st Century Bank, despite the ongoing pandemic, we’re pleased to note that things are bouncing back. We’re seeing signs of optimistic growth from our small business banking and loan customers, more than this time last year.

While we still have economic hurdles to get through – including labor and supply chain disruptions and inflation – our small business customers are borrowing again to finance growth, new equipment, new facilities and acquisitions.

I am honored to have been featured in a Twin Cities Business article on this topic, alongside:

  • Phil Trier, Twin Cities market president for U.S. Bank
  • Abbey Omodunbi, senior economist at PNC Financial Services Group
  • Ken LaChance, senior vice president and market executive for Wells Fargo Commercial Banking
  • Troy Rosenbrook, president of Highland Bank
  • Tom Beck, president and CEO of Northeast Bank

Thanks to Gene Rebeck, correspondent at Twin Cities Business for including us all in the article. 

Give it a read – it’s a great summary of what’s taking place economically in our community.

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