MARINETTE, Wis. (WLUC) - The Stephenson National Bank & Trust (SNBT) is offering loan relief to customers who may be impacted by the government shutdown. SNBT loan officers have invited their customers to come in and discuss how they can revise their payment plans during this period to alleviate the potential effects of the government shutdown.
“We truly value our partnerships with our customers,” said Charlie Cappaert, SNBT Chief Lending Officer. “We’re committed to doing whatever we can to help minimize any negative financial impact the shutdown may have on businesses and consumers.”
By taking a proactive approach, SNBT aims to mitigate the economic effect this shutdown could have on businesses and residents of our region, not to mention the potential impact on our community.
To help its customers remain financially healthy, SNBT is tailoring loan payment plans for businesses and consumers on a case-by-case basis. Ultimately, allowing people the opportunity to reduce monthly loan payments and, in turn, redirect their cash flow toward maintaining the vitality of their business or household.
“Our customers are at the heart of everything we do,” continued Cappaert. “This is our opportunity to thank them and let them know that we stand behind them during the tough times.”
The Stephenson National Bank & Trust is a 144-year old independent community bank with over $1 billion in Bank, Mortgage, and Trust & Investment assets under management. Offices are located in Marinette, Wausaukee, Crivitz, Pembine, and Oconto, Wis. and Menominee, Mich. with a Trust & Investment Office in Marquette, Mich. For more information about The Stephenson National Bank & Trust visit www.snbt.com.