Dallas Woman’s Foundation 32nd Annual Event and Financial Bank in Dallas

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NexBank Finance Background and Company Values

 

NexBank is a Dallas-based financial company that issues their financial services within three main branches. Commercial, institutional and mortgage banking. NexBank managed 6.4 billion in assets according to June 2017 reports by usbanklocations.com. NexBank serves large corporations, real estate investors as well as middle-market companies. NexBank is a member of FDIC. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation is a federal agency that works independently to secure deposits in case of a bank failure. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation was initiated during 1933 in order to encourage financial stability.

 

The motto of NexBank follows three main areas of business. The three areas NexBank specializes in are execution, flexibility and enterprise. Execution is significant in the business of finance as a result of the trust and reputation built between partners. It is highly important to execute a plan promptly and in accordance with the rest of the company. If the leader and CEO of a company does not consult with the rest of the staff, the team will feel excluded and the plan will not run smoothly as a result of tension and friction within the company.

 

The second motto of NexBank is flexibility. Flexibility is crucial to the success of a company. Situations are constantly changing and updates are always being made in the financial industry. Flexibility allows a company to accommodate their clients and other industry leaders. As a result of a flexible mentality, there is more room for collaboration. The final motto of NexBank is enterprise. Enterprise is significant as a result of the efforts needed to accomplish a respected task such as business in the financial industry.

 

Dallas Woman’s 32nd Annual Luncheon Event

 

Dallas Woman’s Foundation is a unified organization for woman’s participation economically, politically and socially in society. They advocate for woman’s rights. NexBank Capital has supported their 32nd event. They have pledged support to the Dallas organization. NexBank has donated to the foundation. This donated will assist the foundation in furthering their message.

 

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What We Learned from the Shevin Pishevar Tweetstorm

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It seems like a week doesn’t go by without a big time business executive getting himself into trouble with a tweet or a series a tweets. Well, it will certainly be hard to top what Shervin Pishevar did recently on Twitter. The early Uber investor went on an epic 21-hour tweet storm. And the Silicon Valley titan commented on everything from the US economy to technology companies to Bitcoin. Below are five of the boldest prediction made by Mr. Pishevar.

The Dow is Headed Down, Down, Down

Let’s call this prediction a pretty solid potential win. Back when the Dow was making new highs, Shervin Pishevar predicted that the Dow Jones Industrial Average would fall into a bear market. Everyone thought he was crazy. But by the end of 2018, the Dow is negative for the year. And now many Wall Street pundits are predicting a bear market.

Bitcoin Will Crater

This is a 100% win for Mr. Pishevar. In late 20018, Bitcoin was sitting pretty at around the $20,000 mark. Some experts were predicting that the granddaddy cryptocurrency was headed to $1 million. But not, Mr. Pishevar. He predicted that Bitcoin will crash to around $5000. And guess what? Bitcoin did make that 75% fall in less than a year.

Tech Start-Ups Will Shun Silicon Valley

A big prediction here. Mr. Pishevar believes that new start-ups will bypass the pilgrimage to Silicon Valley and start their companies up everywhere else in the world. These companies will then work remotely with engineers, clients and vendors. It’s too early to tell but Mr. Pishevar made be on to something.

Read more about Shervin Pishevar at Bloomberg.com.

Uber is the Last Big Tech Company to Make It

Shervin Pishevar believes that big tech companies like Apple, Amazon and Google are too powerful and stifling competition. And he further believes that Uber was the last big tech start-up of this era. So far, this prediction appears to be coming true.

The U.S. Is Falling Behind When It Comes To Infrastructure  

Shervin Pishevar is dead right with this tweet. The fact is, China is building entire cities from scratch while the United States struggles to update their bridges and roads. Only time will tell if the U.S. and China will continue to widen the infrastructure gap.

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