Message from the CEO
Dear M C Bank Family:
As we begin to move forward in bringing our state out of what we have all experienced over the last months, I want to thank all of you for your patience with us and your confidence in us as we tried, to the very best of our abilities, to comply will all of the directives issued by our President and Governor. It is because of your patience; your understanding; and, your confidence in M C Bank that we have been able to “weather the storm together” as we move forward to a more normal operating environment for businesses in our state—whatever that “new normal” will become.
Other than our lobbies being closed to the public—nothing has changed at M C Bank. We are opening deposit accounts; providing loan products; processing transactions as usual; remaining here for the needs of our customers; all while taking on the challenge of providing an avenue for many businesses in need of the SBA “Paycheck Protection Program” loans to help them weather the storm and providing their employees with continued income through these challenging times.
As you may or may not be aware of, our Governor has instituted “Phase I” of the business reopening plan for our state. As requested by the Governor we have registered with the state and, by doing so, we will receive all “updates” as soon as they are released.
Based on a thorough analysis of the particulars of the Phase I plan, M C Bank has decided to continue to operate with lobbies closed at this time. We will review this decision weekly and, at a minimum, will communicate all decisions by Friday at noon. All of our decisions will be communicated to each of you through this letter; on Facebook; on our internet site that you can access at www.mcbt.com; via email; and, on local radio stations.
Once again let me thank all of your for allowing us to continue to serve you. Please know that all of our decision will be made with the safety and health concerns for our family of employees and for each one of you, our valued customers.
Stay safe; stay health!
Larry J. Callais