Charlottesville, Va. (Vocus) November 22, 2010
SNL Financial, the premier provider of news, data and tools for money center and regional banks, announced today the release of the Community Banker Toolkit, which is designed specifically for SNL’s community bank clients.
SNL’s Community Banker Toolkit features an array of options to help community banks analyze performance relative to their peers and identify growth opportunities. Via SNL’s easy-to-use online platform, clients have convenient access to more than 65 customizable peer comparison charts related to balance sheet and income statement metrics. Clients can quickly export these charts into Excel for incorporation into presentations.
“In today’s challenging economic environment, it is critical that community bank executives understand their performance relative to their peers, not just on the local and regional levels, but also nationally,” said JP O’Sullivan, Associate Director of Banks and Thrifts at SNL Financial. “SNL’s Community Banker Toolkit provides our clients with valuable resources to manage their business, while also saving them significant time preparing reports and presentations.”
The Community Banker Toolkit is available to all of SNL’s clients, including more than 500 community banks nationwide that already use SNL. To find out more about the Community Banker Toolkit and the SNL Unlimited service, contact sales(at)snl(dot)com or +1.866.296.3743.
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