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Borrowing at last: Small business owners return to banks for financing, even amid emerging economic concerns
Over the past decade, many small business owners put off expansions or capital equipment purchases for as long as they could.
Macatawa Bank Corp. grew earnings by 28 percent in the first quarter with strong commercial loan originations.
After opening its first West Michigan office late last year, Level One Bank has brought on veteran commercial banker Doug Kohlbeck as a senior vice president.
As they worry about talent and uncertainty, executives from a cross-section of industries voiced optimism in the pro-business policies pushed by President-elect Donald Trump.
Financing the transition: Passing the torch in family-owned businesses requires owners to ask tough questions
Sometimes you’ll do things for family that you won’t do for others.
Macatawa Bank Corp. this afternoon reported higher earnings for the second quarter.
Stock prices of West Michigan’s publicly traded companies tumbled on Friday as Wall Street succumbed to the uncertainty caused by the U.K.’s decision to exit the European Union.
HOLLAND — Macatawa Bank Corp. sits in a far better position today than it did in the recent past.
Macatawa Bank Corp. maintained strong earnings and lending growth in the first quarter.
Here is a round-up of quarterly and annual performance filings from banks in West Michigan.
The Holland-based Macatawa Bank (Nasdaq: MCBC) reported full-year net income of $12.7 million, or 38 cents per diluted share, which compares with $10.4 million, or 31 cents per diluted share, for 2014.
Spurred on by increased demand for its industrial welding equipment, Wyoming-based RoMan Manufacturing Inc. needed to expand. Luckily, the company had several options at its disposal to fund that growth, according to President and CEO Bob Roth.