Building a Successful Relationship with a Great Bank: The Four-Part Series

“Transact with people with integrity.”
~ Catherine Austin Fitts and Carolyn Betts, “I Want to Stop CBDCs – What Can I Do?

By Catherine Austin Fitts and Carolyn Betts

Since the Solari Report’s inception, we have urged subscribers and the general public to bank with well-governed and well-managed local banks and credit unions, and not with large banks (such as the New York Fed member banks) that practice criminality as a core feature of their business model.

One of the most frequent questions that subscribers ask us, therefore, is how to go about finding a good bank. Our 2004 article, “How to Find a Local Bank,” is a great place to start, but in addition, you can now refer to our four-part series, “Building a Successful Relationship with a Great Bank.” The series covers the process for finding good bankers, criteria for selecting a bank, and questions to ask potential bankers, including questions about available services, loans, call reports, governance, and privacy and other risk issues.

There are excellent banks and credit unions out there—use this four-part series to find one and then build a successful relationship!

Related Solari Reports:

Building a Successful Relationship with a Great Bank: Part I

Building a Successful Relationship with a Great Bank: Part II

Building a Successful Relationship with a Great Bank: Part III

Building a Successful Relationship with a Great Bank: Part IV

How to Find a Local Bank

Ask Catherine Excerpt: Ten Questions to Ask About Your Bank

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