Tuesday, January 27, 2015
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River City Bank rolls out more ‘Ask Steve’ videos

River City Bank has just launched the sixth installment of its award-winning “Ask Steve” online video series.

Tapping into the experience and expertise of bank President and CEO Steve Fleming, the online video series addresses pressing issues impacting the Sacramento business community.

Kelly Brothers, River City Bank brand advocate and respected financial adviser and partner at Genovese Burford & Brothers, serves as interviewer as Fleming offers insight on key financial topics.

“We are hearing similar questions from our customers on a regular basis. As businesses rebuild and recover from the downturn in the economy, people seem to have many of the same financial concerns,” Fleming said in a news release. “The ‘Ask Steve’ series provides much-needed perspective by highlighting how the Sacramento region could be impacted.”

Part one of the new series, which will run until the end of June, kicks off by answering the question, “With interest rates at historic lows, how long will this last?” and discusses the impact that low interest rates will have on borrowers and investors.

The next video in the series, titled “Are banks really lending money to businesses?” will debut in late May. Part two of the new series will launch in September and run through Thanksgiving.

The new video is posted on the River City Bank website at https://www.rivercitybank.com/Videos.aspx, and its YouTube Channel. Viewers also may visit the River City Bank blog, “Bankroll” for more information and to engage in the online conversation, at www.rivercitybank.com/bankroll/Home.aspx.

Founded in 1973, River City Bank serves the Sacramento region and has assets of more than $1 billion. River City Bank is the largest, independent locally owned bank maintaining 15 branches in El Dorado, Placer, Sacramento, San Joaquin, Stanislaus and Yolo counties. For more information, visit www.rivercitybank.com or call (916) 567-2600.

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