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Making things in San Francisco: starring our clients

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Visit the link below for a real treat—a seven-minute video by Monocle, broadcast to a wide international viewership, about the culture of making in San Francisco. The piece has a different take than the usual love letter to San Francisco (though it’s that too), with a focus on local manufacturing. It features not only New Resource Bank, but also our fantastic clients Heath Ceramics and the small but hugely effective nonprofit SFMade.

Watch "Make, Do, Change".

Meet your bankers: Pat Riccetti

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Pat Riccetti
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New Resource Bank

Last time in our occasional series of “meet your bankers” interviews we profiled Senior Loan Administrator Elena Rocha. This time we’re focusing on Senior Accountant Pat Riccetti, who joined New Resource Bank right after it opened.

Leadership beyond the triple bottom line

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Vince Siciliano

Note: This post by New Resource President and CEO Vince Siciliano originally appeared in Sustainable Industries as part of the online magazine’s Thought Leaders series. We’re running it here as an illustration of how New Resource is extending sustainability thinking and as an example of the perspective on sustainable management that we share with clients. --Editor

Farm Power Northwest and New Resource Bank bring green energy to Tillamook

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New Resource Bank

Tillamook County, home to the eponymous creamery cooperative, has over 25,000 cows—and those cows produce a lot of waste. But Farm Power Northwest is about to turn a problem into a solution. Using manure from 2,000 cows, its anaerobic manure digester will generate almost 1 megawatt of electricity—enough to power 600 to 700 homes.

Sustainable banks outperform mainstream financial institutions

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New Resource Bank

According to a new study commissioned by the Global Alliance for Banking on Values (GABV), sustainable values-based banks like New Resource are outperforming large mainstream financial institutions in many areas, including financial indicators such as return on assets, growth in loans and deposits, and capital strength.

New Resource earns spot on ‘Best for the World’ list

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New Resource Bank

B Lab, the nonprofit that certifies B Corporations, has named New Resource Bank to its “Best for the World” list of businesses that are creating the most overall positive social and environmental impact.

Meet your bankers: Elena Rocha

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New Resource Bank

Last time in our occasional series of “meet your bankers” interviews we profiled Senior Operations Associate Michael Colombo. This time we’re focusing on Senior Loan Administrator Elena Rocha, who joined New Resource Bank shortly after it opened.

Bank on the go: check out our new mobile banking app

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New Resource Bank

New Resource Bank is now offering mobile banking via an iPhone app or a mobile browser application.

Solar power: New Resource leads on financing

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New Resource Bank

New Resource Bank’s exceptional expertise in commercial solar lending is helping communities and businesses across the country boost their use of renewable energy: the bank provides financing for solar installations of up to 3 megawatts, primarily in California.

“We’re in a unique position to offer this lending product,” says Matt Scullin, vice president and solar specialist. “We have people in-house who have an in-depth understanding of the solar industry, and we know the ins and outs of solar financing.”

New clients pour in from Move Your Money and Bank Transfer Day campaigns

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New Resource Bank

Record numbers of new clients have opened New Resource accounts in recent weeks, fueled by the Bank Transfer Day grassroots movement and our own Move Your Money campaign urging people to move their money out of big banks and support a bank that puts their money to use for good.

 

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