the Frontier of Weed Banking

Regent Bank has been around for over a century – founded in 1898 in Nowata, Oklahoma, a small town at the intersection of two highways in the northeast quadrant of the state. Yet, it wasn’t until 2008 that the now Tulsa-based subsidiary of Regent Capital Corp. really started to grow. It crossed $100 million in assets that year, $200 million by the end of 2014, and today, its balance sheet boasts $874 million in assets. The principal challenge with rapid growth in banking, beyond credit quality, of course, isn’t on the asset side of the balance sheet. It’s on the…

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John Maxfield


John Maxfield is a freelance writer for Bank Director magazine. He was previously the senior banking specialist at The Motley Fool. He regularly writes for Bank Director magazine and BankDirector.com. His work has been syndicated widely to national publications including USA Today, Time and Business Insider, and he’s been a regular guest on CNBC. John has a bachelor’s degree in economics from Lewis & Clark College and a juris doctorate from Southern Methodist University. He’s a licensed attorney in the State of Oregon.

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