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Looking for ideas, tips, and best practices to take your financial institution to the next level? Look no further than this podcast featuring insights from banking leaders and advisors across the industry. We’ll tackle a range of topics — technology implementation, loan grading, banking cannabis, and more to ensure you stay ahead of the curve in this fast-changing environment. This podcast is available on all your favorite podcasts platforms. For more information on Abrigo, head to abrigo.com.
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Breakout Investors (www.breakoutinvestors.com) is an investment community focusing on microcap stocks, primarily in the United States. The Ahead of The Curve podcast supplements the discussion forums hosted on the Breakout Investor Platform (app.breakoutinvestors.com). Membership and much of the content found on the Breakout Investor Platform is free. Please register and join us for a discussion about the Breakout companies and ideas discussed on each Ten Minutes podcast.
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As the global population of individuals aged 60 and over is projected to increase by 38% between 2019 and 2030, elder abuse and elder financial exploitation (EFE) are becoming increasingly prevalent issues. This demographic shift, particularly in the developing world, brings attention to the unique challenges older persons face, including those rel…
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Host Natalie Dale chats with State Environmental Liaison Sandy Lawrence about the purpose of the Interagency Office of Environmental Quality and its collaboration with state and federal agencies. Natalie also interviews US Army Corps Biologist Nicole Liette and Georgia DNR Environmental Specialist RJ Hunter on how their partnership with GDOT helps …
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Section 1071 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act requires financial institutions to collect and report data on small business lending to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). The details of the CFPB 1071 rule are laid out in an extensive 888-page document, so it's no surprise that many financial institutions …
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The OCC, FDIC, and Federal Reserve Board have released the hypothetical scenarios for their annual Dodd-Frank stress tests, which help ensure that large banks can lend to households and businesses even in a severe recession. How do the scenarios impact community financial institutions, and how can you use stress testing to your institution's benefi…
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In this episode, host Natalie Dale interviews GDOT’s Assistant State Environmental Administrator Doug Chamblin and Georgia Department of Natural Resources Program Manager for Wildlife Conservation Trina Morris about the landmark Endangered Species Act agreement and what it means for Georgia and the bats that live here.…
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Human trafficking – a form of modern slavery – is one of the fastest-growing criminal activities in the world, exploiting over 45 million people and generating an estimated $150 billion in profits each year. While global in reach, human trafficking also affects individuals, communities, and economies across the United States. Join Brad Jeffery, fou…
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Georgia’s population is growing. It is anticipated that our state will have approximately 1 million more people on our roads in just 10 years. In today’s episode, Host Natalie Dale talks with Georgia Commute Options’ Program Administrator and Marketing Communications Director Jill Goldberg and Livable Buckhead’s Executive Director Denise Starling a…
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Created in 1982, the Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program (DBE) is a legislatively mandated U.S. DOT program that applies to Federal-aid highway dollars expended on federally-assisted contracts issued by state DOTs like GDOT. In this episode, Host Natalie Dale talks with Georgia DOT’s Equal Employment Opportunity Director Kimberly King and Sta…
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Innovation. Mobility. Safety. Three buzzwords that are often used to describe transportation projects – especially by GDOT. Those words are included in the department’s mission, after all. But these words are also used in regard to autonomous vehicles. In this episode, Host Natalie Dale talks to GDOT’s Director of Intermodal Clement Solomon and ATL…
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The marijuana-related banking industry took major steps forward on September 27, 2023, when the Senate Committee passed the Secure and Fair Enforcement Regulation (SAFER) Banking Act after weeks of negotiations and revisions to reach a bipartisan agreement. The bill would secure access for marijuana-related businesses (MRBs) to financial institutio…
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The OCC issued it's Bank Supervision Operation Plan for 2024 and we take a look on at it on the latest episode of Ahead of the Curve. This plan outlines the OCC's priorities and objectives for the coming year and provides great insights on where to focus your financial institution's time. In this episode, Abrigo Advisor Zach Englert discusses his b…
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In this month’s episode, host Natalie Dale talks with GDOT’s Assistant State Transportation Planning Administrator Habte Kassa, Transportation Planner with Modern Mobility Partners Candace Foster, and Senior Consultant, Air Quality with ICF International Seth Hartley about the research and development involved with the creation of GDOT’s Carbon Red…
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Data released in June 2023 from the Governors Highway Safety Association showed American drivers are projected to have struck and killed at least 7,508 people walking in 2022. That is a 77% increase since 2010 and the highest number since 1981, according to the study. Georgia saw 344 pedestrian fatalities in 2022. That is 344 too many. In this epis…
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Summer is a time when a lot of families head out on vacation. In this episode, host Natalie Dale talks with HERO Manager Jason Josey, CHAMP Manager Chadrick Hendon, TMC Technical Specialist Billie Rose, and WSB Traffic Reporter Ashley Frasca to get the insights and best tips about safe driving, the resources available to motorists in Georgia, and f…
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In this month’s episode of the Ahead of the Curve podcast, host Natalie Dale chats with Strategic Communications Director Scott Higley, Digital Services and Web Strategy Manager Ron Battle, and District Six Communications Officer Joe Schulman about how Georgia DOT keeps the public informed about the people, projects, and initiatives that make our a…
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In this episode of the Ahead of the Curve podcast, Host Natalie Dale talks with HR Deputy Director Brian Robinson, State Talent Development Manager Kyle Mote, and Recruitment Supervisor Nicole Glenn about our efforts to attract and retain a talent workforce at Georgia DOT. Resources GDOT Employment Website…
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Georgia DOT’s mission is to deliver a transportation system focused on innovation, safety, sustainability and mobility. In this month’s episode of the Ahead of the Curve podcast, Host Natalie Dale talks to Assistant State Traffic Engineer Sam Harris and State Safety Program Manager Kelli Roberts about the important and impactful projects and progra…
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Ever wonder how Georgia’s Express Lanes system came to fruition? On this episode of Ahead of the Curve, host Natalie Dale along with special co-host Kyle Collins, GDOT State Express Lanes Administrator Tim Matthews, and GDOT Express Lanes Project Manager Cleo Vicks take a deep dive into all things Express Lanes – the history, the planning, the desi…
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Host Natalie Dale celebrates the Transportation Investment Act’s (TIA) 10th birthday with TIA Program Administration Kenneth Franks, and representatives from two of the four TIA regions – executive director of the Heart of Georgia Altamaha Regional Commission Brett Manning and Bill Slaughter who is a member of the Southern Georgia Citizens Review P…
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Host Natalie Dale is joined by two of the leading weather-watchers in the state who are looking out for Georgians' safety whenever snow, ice, sleet or other wintry conditions hit our highways, roads, bridges, and other transportation infrastructure. Georgia DOT emergency operations manager Emily Fish and state meteorologist Will Lanxton of the Geor…
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Host Natalie Dale interviews Intermodal Division Director Clement Solomon, Transit Program Manager Patricia Smith, and Aviation Program Manager Steve Brian about how Georgia DOT is working to build intermodal partnerships throughout our state, and how these contributions enhance Georgia’s intermodal transportation system.…
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Welcome to Georgia DOT’s new podcast Ahead of the Curve. In our inaugural episode, Ahead of the Curve host Natalie Dale chats with Georgia DOT Commissioner Russell R. McMurry as he shares stories and anecdotes about his life, his career and his oversight of the agency responsible for building and maintaining the nation’s tenth-largest transportatio…
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Financial institutions all have one thing in common right now: an unprecedented rising rate environment that isn't going away anytime soon. Some have action plans in place to ensure capital and margin objectives are still achieved, but for many, this coming period represents a complete unknown, so they are not as prepared. Whether deposits are an i…
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Ag lenders have faced a whirlwind of events over the past few years. From government stimulus programs to sky-rocketing land values to record inflation, many financial institutions are struggling to get a handle on it all. However, with an eye on credit risk and an increase in loan demand expected on the horizon, profitability and growth are possib…
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For financial institutions across the country, commercial real estate (CRE) remains an area of high emphasis within the loan portfolio as they pursue growth. However, with rising interest rates and inflation as well as the underlying impacts of the pandemic on office space, it’s important to keep an eye on the market and the inherent risks this typ…
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