Alliance Bank of Arizona’s Commercial Banking Executive Offers Up Insights to Companies Looking to Grow

November 23, 2021

As business leaders look towards 2022, many are eager to begin deploying strategic growth and expansion plans in the coming year. Against this backdrop, In Business Magazine featured a guest article by Alliance Bank of Arizona’s Jeff Schelter, Managing Director, Commercial Banking, sharing his insights on putting their best strategic foot forward as they plan for the coming year.

Schelter provides context for businesses given the current environment, which includes tapping into vertical-integration opportunities to better control costs and/or the supply chain, expand offerings to offset reduction in business, and most importantly, revisit multi-year strategic plans.

From a business-building perspective, Schelter also weighs in on the top tasks every business can undertake to prepare for growth, which includes gathering knowledgeable resources, planning for the potential impact of growth and evaluating the sustainability of plans for the future.

To see Schelter’s column, visit In Business Magazine’s November issue.

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Alliance Bank of Arizona, a division of Western Alliance Bank, Member FDIC, delivers relationship banking that puts clients at the center of everything. Founded in 2003, Alliance Bank of Arizona offers a full spectrum of tailored commercial banking solutions delivered with outstanding service. With offices in Greater Phoenix, Tucson and Flagstaff, Alliance Bank of Arizona was named 2022 Lender Firm of the Year by NAIOP Arizona, among many other awards and recognitions. Alliance Bank is part of Western Alliance Bancorporation, which has more than $70 billion in assets. Major accolades include being ranked as a top U.S. bank in 2023 by American Banker and Bank Director. As a regional bank with significant national capabilities, Alliance Bank of Arizona delivers the reach, resources and local market expertise that make a difference for customers.