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Happy ending at Sterling? An insiders’ view at Executive Connect Breakfast

If you need to catch up on the long, stressful road Sterling Savings Bank followed to survive and not fall victim to the FDIC axe, the best chance comes on Tuesday at the next Executive Connect Breakfast.

Sterling's Greg Seibly and Ezra Eckhardt will present an overview and summary of how Spokane-based Sterling managed to find investors and survive what could have been a messy, unfortunate (for this area) takeover.
 
It runs from 7:30 to 9 a.m. at the Georgian Ballroom of the Spokane Club, in downtown.
 
Seibly is the bank's CEO and president; Eckhardt is COO.
 
Registration is $30 at this link. For more information, contact Catherine Greer at catherineg@connectnw.org or 509.358.2114.

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