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1. Bank of Bartlett Registers $700K Profit in Q3 -

Bank of Bartlett chief financial officer Dale Stover left his job with the small, family-run bank a few weeks ago to work as a senior portfolio adviser for FTN Financial, the capital markets subsidiary of First Horizon National Corp.

2. Changes Announced at Two Local Banks -

First South Credit Union has added the word “Financial” to its name, making the official name now First South Financial Credit Union.

“We want to ensure that our members and potential members understand that we are a full-service provider of financial products and services,” said First South Financial Credit Union president and CEO Craig Esrael.

3. Bank of Bartlett Has 2010 Profitability in Sight -

They’ve scoured their loan portfolio, adjusted their operating plan and hired new bankers to deepen customer relationships with the small, family-run bank.

Those and other fundamental changes to Bank of Bartlett’s game plan – a strategic repositioning after a decidedly unpleasant 2009 – are starting to pay off.

4. Bankers Await Post-Overhaul Futures -

Now what?

That’s what bank heads and financial analysts are asking themselves in the wake of President Barack Obama’s signing Wednesday of a historic reshaping of the government’s financial industry rulebook.

5. Reform Views Vary Among Local Bankers -

U.S. Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., slammed the debate over financial reform legislation in no uncertain terms during the Tennessee Bankers Association annual meeting last week in Nashville.

“My strategy is to pray,” said Corker, who’s also a member of the congressional negotiating team that will reconcile differences between separate reform bills and merge them together.

6. Bank of Bartlett Expects Small Q1 Profit -

Bank of Bartlett chief financial officer Dale Stover said it looks like the family-run community bank that took some bruising blows in 2009 will have eked out a small profit in the first quarter of this year.

7. Memphis Financial Firms See Optimism -

Policymakers, consumers and business leaders probably would like to hold the U.S. economy to the same standard the world’s best athletes have been striving for in Vancouver for the past two weeks.

But as the U.S. economy slaloms down the bumpy slope of recovery in 2010, its performance likely will be something less than the Olympic motto of “Faster, Higher, Stronger.”

8. Commercial Real Estate Raises Red Flags for Bankers -

This month’s foreclosure of the 19-story Exchange Building apartment tower at 130 Madison Ave. is a local example of a problem that’s sounding alarm bells in the banking industry.

It’s the commercial real estate version of the mortgage meltdown that clobbered the housing industry. Signs are emerging that it’s poised to pounce on banks, the real estate industry and policymakers who have spent the past two years working to quell that previous crisis.

9. Discount Rate Hike A Good Sign For Economy -

The era of billion-dollar bailouts and an economy stuffed to the gills with money virtually created out of thin air is drawing to a close.

The unprecedented actions by the federal government to stave off economic collapse had to end sometime. And a variety of local bank analysts, financial advisers, chief financial officers and others regard Friday’s announced hike in the Federal Reserve’s discount rate as a step – albeit an early one – in that direction.

10. Smaller Banks Prepare for Painful 2010 -

No one needs to remind local community bankers that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.

That’s why leaders at some of the Memphis area’s smaller banks – the Bank of Fayette County and Bank of Bartlett, to name two – are in the midst of raising new capital. The moves are intended to steady their institutions as a painful 2010 looms before them and appears likely to be dominated by factors that slam community banks particularly hard.

11. Bank of Bartlett on the Mend, Execs Say -

With the book now closed on a turbulent 2009, Bank of Bartlett finds itself in the same position as countless community banks around the country.

The family-run bank took some bruising blows during the year. But the bank now appears to be off the ropes, a storyline also unfolding in the larger financial industry.