Our Blog

The banking industry is a rich source of subjects that pertain to how businesses and individuals save money, make payments, accept payments, and manage and grow wealth. In our blog, you will find these subjects written about in a way that all readers can understand.

Our goal is to provide you with knowledge and news about the banking industry to help you stay current on the latest banking practices and trends. You will also find information regarding Continental National Bank's offerings, which in combination with the latest banking news, will help you make informed financial decisions.

Please follow the external links to information regarding general banking practices and news, as well as internal links to our products and services. Feel free to leave comments in our comments section. We would love to hear from you!

Making your money more accessible one ATM at a time

Last week our Marketing Manager, Cynthia Haddad, met with Citibank's VP of Program Management to discuss our growing partnership. We want to remind all of our customers that CitiBank's ATM Community Network provides Surcharge-Free ATM Access to all CNB customers.
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Boys & Girls Christmas Tree Ribbon Cutting

To kick off the 2018 holiday season, Boys & Girls Clubs of Miami-Dade hosted a grand opening ribbon cutting ceremony at the Hank Kline Club tree lot on Monday, Nov. 19 at 5 p.m. Miami dignitaries, Boys & Girls Clubs of Miami-Dade board members and representatives and Santa Claus himself attended to celebrate a holly jolly holiday season.
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South Florida Banking Institute - Cyber Security Seminar

Our COO, Rodolfo “Rudy” Lleonart, sits on the board of the South Florida Banking Institute. Last month they conducted an event on Cyber security. The panel discussion of industry experts with a vast knowledge in Cybersecurity was able to raise awareness to financial intuitions to better understand some of the new threats and best practices to safeguard our clients. Pictures here.
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Wealth Management Event - Sponsored By AIG

Thanks to AIG we had the opportunity to gather at Bulla Gastrobar for an early evening of appetizers and wine to learn more about what your team at CNB Wealth Management is doing to better complement your current solutions. We are so excited to continue to grow our CNB community of all ages and professions. Stay tuned for the next event! Click here to see pictures of the event.
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First Time Homeowner Workshop

Last month we hosted our first ever Mortgage Workshop. It was catered to First time Homeowners. We had the opportunity to educate our community on what it takes to purchase your first home as well as promote the Residential products CNB offers. We had an excellent turnout and are thrilled to announce we will be hosting another workshop in December. Keep an eye out in your inbox for the invitation! Click here to download our customized ebook if you’re interested in learning more.
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Claims-Made Basis

Some insurance policies provide coverage on a claims-made basis rather than on an occurrence basis. Continue reading
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Events that trigger a review of your liability coverage

The following is a list of some common events that should trigger a review of your personal liability coverage. Continue reading
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Accounts Receivable/Valuable Papers Insurance

Accounts receivable and valuable papers insurance are coverage forms that can be included in a commercial inland marine insurance policy. You can also obtain this coverage as an endorsement to a business owners policy. Both insure against loss from damage to or destruction of important business records.
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Business Interruption Insurance

Business interruption insurance covers a business for the loss of income or the additional expenses that can result from a forced shutdown period. A forced shutdown might be the result of a separately insured event, such as a fire or other covered disaster. If your business is forced to shut down while the property is repaired or rebuilt, it would still have ongoing expenses. For instance, loan payments, taxes, or key employee salaries would need to continue, along with certain possible additional expenses, such as furniture or equipment leasing, rent for temporary quarters, or the overtime pay required to return operations to normal.
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