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Spotlight On: Jeff Sinnott & Paul Thornton of Vantage Bank

2 min read January 2022 — In a conversation with Invest:, Vantage Bank’s CEO Jeff Sinnott and Regional President Paul Thornton discussed the growth and changes the market is experiencing. They also talked about how the disruption is actually benefiting some of their goals, including growing their number of locations and employees organically.

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Backbase wins most innovative mobile solutions at the APIDE Conference

Backbase, the leading engagement banking platform provider, was awarded “Most Innovative Mobile Solutions” at the Africa Pay&ID Expo 2022. This award recognizes Backbase’s great contribution to the continent these last years.

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$BTC: NYDIG makes it easier for employees of leading companies to get paid in Bitcoin

On Tuesday (February 1), Bitcoin company NYDIG announced “the launch of a Bitcoin Savings Plan to let employees of leading companies get #PaidInBitcoin.”

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Brownsville entrepreneur wins Future Texas Business Legend Award

William Brown, whose entrepreneurial company Embedded is developing technology to non-invasively measure elderly patients’ vital signs and predict issues associated with patient care, has won the 2022 James and Kathleen Collins & Vantage Bank Future Texas Business Legend Award.

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Vantage CEO Jeff Sinnott leads bank’s charge into new territory

Jeff Sinnott has been with Vantage Bank for hardly more than three years — but it has been an eventful three years. When he joined the bank in 2018 as chief operations and technology officer, it was about to merge with McAllen-based Inter National Bank under the guidance of its owner, the James W. Collins family. Sinnott became CEO in March of last year, as the COVID-19 pandemic was forcing the country into lockdown.

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Addy's Toy Drive continues to help pediatric patients

Addison Meyer became the spark to send toys to the pediatric patients at University Hospital. And she started with pediatric transplant patients, calling her project: Addy's Toy Drive.

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