Commercial Banking Insights and News

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Treasury Management

June 2017

Under any circumstances, it is hard to imagine accounts payable professionals objecting to switching banks because they love their existing treasury management software. But that is the level of loyalty Capital One Commercial Bank is determined to inspire.

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Security & Alarm

May 2017

Capital One's John Robuck gives an in-depth overview of how security companies can use a thoughtful financing strategy to grow their business.

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Commercial

May 2017

Capital One announces that John Crosby has been named Head of Commercial Underwriting and Portfolio Management.

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Not-For-Profit

May 2017

Capital One announces that it has provided term loans to finance the renovation of the Washington, D.C., headquarters of the American Geophysical Union (AGU)

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Healthcare

April 2017

Capital One's Keith Kodrin and Dague Retzlaff discuss trends in the senior housing market and highlights a few areas to watch.

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Government Contracting

March 2017

Capital One's Diane Zanetti, head of the Government Contracting team, discusses the different factors government contractors should consider when contemplating an acquisition

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Commercial Real Estate

March 2017

Capital One conducted a recent survey showing tempering optimism due to potential interest rate hikes.

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Healthcare

February 2017

Healthcare leaders say M&A activity is once again expected to be the industry’s preferred growth strategy in the year ahead, according to a Capital One Healthcare survey

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Commercial Real Estate

February 2017

Many multifamily professionals in attendance at the RealShare Apartment Conference last October felt the market still has room to grow, according to a Capital One survey.

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Treasury Management

February 2017

Capital One's Raj Dutt describes that the success of any virtual card implementation depends on the communications required for effective supplier acceptance. This includes communication between the bank and the buying organization, between the bank and buyer and the supplier, and, equally critically, within the buying organization itself.