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Looking to Change Your Program? - IPI in San Antonio Texas

Programs_TailoredIs your broker-dealer providing you and your customers with the best service? If not, IPI is the solution. Because you have a lot to lose if you consider that for every dollar on deposit in your bank, customers have up to $8 elsewhere. Your customers are seeking investment services. Don’t send them to your competitors.

IPI is the quickest, most secure and efficient way to re-establish a non-deposit investment program within your organization.

 

It’s Not You. It’s Them.

Breakups can be tough, but if you’re not seeing results with your current broker-dealer, it might be time to move on. IPI takes the fear out of reorganizing an investment program. We’re experts at improving existing programs. And IPI has the tools to identify and attract bank product customers as well as investment customers. It’s the difference between building a bank and leaving a legacy.

We’re independent just like you. IPI is the leader in partnering with community banks and credit unions to foster successful investment programs because we have the insight and to tools to make them work. Our organization is led by a CEO who, as an advisor, built his own successful program in a community bank from the ground up. He and our management team can do the same for you.

 

 Six Things to Consider About IPI as a Partner.

 

Ready to Get Started?

Contact our business development today to begin the conversation.

(800) 679-1237

 

Sources and Disclosures

NO BANK GUARANTEE | NOT FDIC INSURED | MAY LOSE VALUE All Securities and Advisory Services offered through Investment Professionals, Inc. (IPI), a Registered Broker/Dealer and Registered Investment Advisor and member FINRA and SIPC. The investment services offered by IPI are in no way affiliated with or offered by the bank or credit union where IPI may maintain an office. Customers work solely through IPI with respect to their investment, brokerage and securities transactions. IPI does not offer or provide legal or tax advice. Please consult your attorney and/or tax advisor for such services. The products offered by Investment Professionals, Inc. are not insured by the FDIC, the NCUA or any other agency of the government, are not deposits or other obligations for the bank or guaranteed by the bank and involve investment risks, including possible loss of principal amount invested.

SB Value Partners, L.P. is a Registered Investment Advisor. SB Value Partners, L.P. is affiliated with Investment Professionals, Inc. SAB Partnerships are multi-cap, value oriented investment products. There is no secondary market nor is one expected to develop for investments in the funds. There may be restrictions on transferring investments. Funds may be speculative and may involve a high degree of risk. Investor could lose all or a substantial amount of his/her investment. Funds may have high fees and expenses that may reduce returns. Performance may be volatile. The funds are not insured by the FDIC, the NCUA or any other agency of the government, are not deposits or other obligations for a bank or guaranteed by a bank and involve investment risks, including possible loss of principal amount invested.

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