Century Bank Selects Ivory Consulting’s SuperTRUMP
FEB 13, 2020 - 6:40 am
Century Bank, serving New Mexico’s financial needs since 1887, selected Ivory Consulting’s SuperTRUMP to support the modeling and pricing of the tax-advantaged leases provided to their diverse customer base.
“Century Bank is pleased to be working with the leading provider of equipment lease and loan software,” said Zane Burgess, director of Equipment Finance and Leasing, Century Bank. “Our equipment finance division proudly works with businesses of all sizes, including not-for-profit, to help facilitate their growth and success. With SuperTRUMP, we can deliver a wide-array of tailor-made leases that meet our customer’s unique business requirements.”
“We are excited to welcome long-time SuperTRUMP user, Zane Burgess, and his team back to our family of dedicated and supportive customers,” said Scott Thacker, CEO, Ivory Consulting. “Century Bank’s devotion to the New Mexico market for over a century is quite impressive, and we’re honored to be a part of their history during this century. SuperTRUMP’s ability to perform a broad spectrum of financial analyses is perfectly suited to help Century Bank provide the various financial products needed to fulfill its mission of enabling its customers to invest in their local communities.”
Established in 1887, Century Bank is a community bank. Century Bank is headquartered in New Mexico with several locations throughout the state. The bank offers a full range of quality banking products and services to businesses and residents in New Mexico. Century Bank also maintains a loan production office in Dallas, Texas.
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