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Quarterly Market Review Q1 2021 market review

Quarterly Market Review Q1 2021

Widespread vaccinations, easing business restrictions, and government stimulus are helping to spur the early stages of an economic boom that are leading many to draw a comparison to the Roaring…

Weekly Economic Update Weekly Economic Update

Weekly Economic Update

The Weekly Economic Activity Report is your guide to the latest economic insights and banking trends from our seasoned Bank Consulting team dedicating more resources to help your bank achieve…

Why Business Succession Plans Are So Important business succession planning

Why Business Succession Plans Are So Important

Business succession planning — the process of thoughtfully planning ownership transition of a business — is still uncommon among businesses with fewer than 300 employees. In fact, fewer than half…

How an Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) Works Q&A About ESOPS

How an Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) Works

By Tom Dott, Senior Vice President – Commercial Banking As a generation of Baby Boomers gradually transitions from full-time work to pursue post-work adventures, those who own businesses are faced…

CEO Report – Fourth Quarter 2020 CEO Report

CEO Report – Fourth Quarter 2020

DEAR SHAREHOLDERS AND FRIENDS OF FIRST BUSINESS BANK: 2021 marks a new chapter for many of us and that’s certainly true here at First Business Bank. As challenging as 2020…

CHARITABLE TRUSTS: THE BENEFITS FOR BUSINESS ASSETS CHARITABLE TRUSTS: THE BENEFITS FOR BUSINESS ASSETS

CHARITABLE TRUSTS: THE BENEFITS FOR BUSINESS ASSETS

By Cymbre Van Fossen, Senior Vice President, Trust Advisor and Director of Fiduciary Services Charitable trusts can be an excellent vehicle for doing several things that may be important to…

GameStop’s Underdog Story of Social Media & Stocks GameStop’s Underdog Story of Social Media & Stocks

GameStop’s Underdog Story of Social Media & Stocks

 By Nancy Johnshoy, CFA, Senior Vice President – Portfolio Manager & Market Strategist Rarely have my colleagues and I had so many people asking us the very same question. What…

How Much Debt is Too Much? how much debt is too much

How Much Debt is Too Much?

By Nancy Johnshoy, CFA, Portfolio Manager & Market Strategist January 27, 2021 – One of the topics on many investors’ minds at this time relates to the long-term cost of…

Client News: Updated Logo & .BANK Email & Website First Business Client news

Client News: Updated Logo & .BANK Email & Website

We’re proud to announce the First Business brand and entities, including First Business Trust & Investments, First Business Capital Corp., First Business Growth Funding, First Business Equipment Finance, and First…

Retirement planning advice for the young retirement planning advice for the young

Retirement planning advice for the young

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the median wage for workers in the fourth quarter of 2019 was $48,672 per year for all workers over the age…

Transitioning Into Retirement Transition to retirement

Transitioning Into Retirement

By Dave Shaw, Senior Vice President – Wealth Advisor If you’re considering retirement within the next five years or so, you’re in the retirement “zone.” This is a critical time period…

CEO Report – Third Quarter 2020 CEO Report

CEO Report – Third Quarter 2020

DEAR SHAREHOLDERS AND FRIENDS OF FIRST BUSINESS: During the third quarter of 2020, First Business delivered record loan growth, in-market deposits1, non-interest income, and top line revenue. Our strong fundamental…

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