SANDY SPRINGS, GA. Signature Bank of Georgia’s Chief Administrative Officer Charles Hoag and Managing Director of SBA Lending Melanie Brown recently appeared together on the High Velocity Radio podcast on Business Radio X.
When asked about the difference between a national or regional bank and a community bank, Hoag said “the big difference is service. Big banks may promise it, but we mean it – and we deliver it every day. Our motto of “makes it personal” is not just talk, it’s something we passionately believe in.”
SBA lending on the rise
Melanie Brown underscored Signature’s personal approach in the SBA lending arena. “We are more nimble and responsive than the mega-banks,” Brown said. “That’s how we have become a top performer in SBA Loans in Georgia. If your business would like to grow or expand and you like the idea of up to 90% financing on a real estate loan based on a fully-amortized 25-year term and a highly-experienced team to simplify the process for you every step of the way, we should talk.”
As the only community bank headquartered in Sandy Springs, Signature Bank puts a lot back into the community. “We are honored to work and volunteer in the community we serve,” Hoag said. “We get to know the people here and we also get to know what they want from their bank. With technology leveling the playing field, unmatched service is the key differentiator for businesses and affluent individuals. For them, it’s not “who’s my Relationship Manager for the day,” it’s “who is my Relationship Manager that’s fully engaged in where I am and where I am headed.”
“People want flexibility and they want it all,” Hoag Said. “Fortunately, we are in a unique position to serve them and help them build something meaningful. That’s how we have stayed successful for nearly 10 years. And to prove it, we are always ready to speak with you.”
To speak with Charles Hoag, call 770-206-5366. Have an SBA question? Melanie Brown would be happy to hear from you at 404-256-7725.
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