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BMT’s Capital Markets team works with customers by delivering market risk management products and innovative solutions to high net worth individuals, small businesses, commercial developers, and middle market corporations.
BMT Named a Best Bank in America
Newsweek has announced their America’s Best Banks list for 2021. Bryn Mawr Trust, wholly owned by Bryn Mawr Bank Corporation, has been named America’s Best Bank in Pennsylvania, Small Bank division.
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Residential Loan Servicing
The servicing of your Mortgage and/or Home Equity Loans have been transferred, effective November 1, 2020. This means your Mortgage Loan or Home Equity Loan payments will need to be sent to a new address.
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Our thoughts are with our clients, communities and team members as we see continued impacts of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) throughout our footprint. We know that families and small businesses are facing challenging times with the ripple effects of the virus. We are committed to helping ease stress and to supporting the financial well-being of the people in the communities we serve. We look to understand each customer’s COVID-19 circumstance and, on a case-by-case basis, offer options to help manage their financial situations. Please complete the appropriate COVID-19 Get In Touch form – links below – to begin a conversation. A BMT professional will reach as soon as possible.
Latest News & Insights
- Benchmark U.S. yield again eases from one-year highAs U.S. Treasury yields come down from a one-year high, Jim Barnes, Director of Fixed Income for Bryn Mawr Trust, explained the market’s reaction to the Federal Reserve’s indication to allow potential short-term inflation.
- BMT Monday Market Insights – March 1, 2021In this week’s Monday Market Insights, we discuss Bitcoin, the recent rise in interest rates, and one area of the market that we believe is being underappreciated. In the Chart of the Week, we dive further into the rise in interest rates and the historical relationship between rising interest rates and stock market valuations. We end with more discussion about how rising interest rates may impact the stock market.
- Investors leave yields settled ahead of Powell remarksReuters turned to Jim Barnes, Director of Fixed Income at Bryn Mawr Trust, for his take on how U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell’s upcoming remarks could impact the rising U.S. Treasury yields.
- BMT Monday Market Insights – February 22, 2021In this week’s Monday Market Insights, we highlight the performance of small-cap stocks, examine the FOMC minutes, and review favorable recently released economic data. In our Chart of the Week, we examine the recent decline in COVID-19 cases and the economic and financial market implications going forward. Finally, in the Commentary section, we address the topic of investor complacency.