Monthly Archives: May 2012

Creating a Company Problem-solving Culture

Guest post by Richard H. Tyson, President, CEObuilder One of the most predictable expectations that CEOs and other executives have for their employees is to be “problem solvers.” That said, we have found that the typical company culture often falls … Continue reading

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Financial Tips for Safe Summer Travel

Summer is officially here and many Americans are planning to hit the road or fly the skies for their much-anticipated summer vacation. The Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA) and Bank of American Fork want consumers to have the information … Continue reading

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Manager Skills Series: Organizational Communication: Getting It Right

Guest post by Ken Burnett, VP/Director of Training and Business Development, Bank of American Fork This series is written from experience and is part of Bank of American Fork’s management training program.  The program embraces the philosophy that management is … Continue reading

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Bank of American Fork Triathlon Honors Women of Steel

Jill Briggs and Kristl Bray were crowned the Women of Steel at the 7th annual Bank of American Fork Woman of Steel Triathlon and 5K on May 19 after being nominated for overcoming challenges using fitness. Briggs has recovered from … Continue reading

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Banking Services to Help Your Company’s Global Business

May is World Trade Month, a time focused on ensuring the competitiveness of U.S. business through international trade. Utah is already leading the way in merchandise export growth in the U.S. with 39.5 percent growth ($13.8 billion to $18.93 billion) … Continue reading

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Frauds Target Small Businesses: Don’t Be a Victim

Courtesy of FDIC Consumer News While large firms may have sophisticated technology and staff dedicated to thwarting crime, many small businesses don’t — and scammers know this. Here are ways to protect yourself: Be on guard against inside jobs. This … Continue reading

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Tell Your Woman of Steel Story and Win a Cycling Kit

This Saturday, May 19 at Bank of American Fork’s Woman of Steel Triathlon and 5K we will have a booth where participants, friends and family can tell their Woman of Steel story on Facebook. Visit Bank of American Fork’s booth … Continue reading

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7 Tips for Seniors to Avoid Financial Exploitation

Guest post by Jilenne Gunther, MSW, JD, Utah Division of Aging & Adult Services The average victim of financial exploitation in Utah loses $57,000. How can you protect yourself from being exploited? Here are some tips: Ask for Help from … Continue reading

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2011 Annual Report Available

The 2011 annual report of People’s Utah Bancorp (the parent company of Bank of American Fork) is now available on The report highlights a year of strong financial performance in which nearly every measure showed marked improvement over the … Continue reading

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The Perfect Graduation Gift

High school and college graduations are right around the corner. Do you have a gift for your graduate yet? We do.  A VISA®Gift card is the perfect present for any child, spouse or friend. VISA® Gift cards allow recipients to … Continue reading

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