Financial Services For Senior Care

The American senior population is projected to outnumber children by 2030 and research shows this group will have drastically different demands for their twilight years. Baby boomers are already telling the industry that they don’t want to languish in the types of facilities that their parents depended on. These seniors look for facilities that feel less institutional and offer cutting edge health innovations.

That’s why so many businesses that serve aging populations, such as Assisted Living and Skilled Nursing facilities, are already making plans to innovate so that they can take advantage of these market opportunities and stay competitive.

Areas of Focus

Our team of specialists from across the SunTrust operations will help you strategically plan for growth through:

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NIC Fall Conference
September 11-13, 2019
Chicago, IL

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Corporate & Commercial Banking Resource Center

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    Too often small business owners let cash fluctuations and shortfalls disrupt their business’s operations and put their personal finances at risk. Business cash reserves put owners ahead cash surprises.

  • Payment Strategies to Maximize Cash

    Cash shortfalls and fluctuations leave owners scrambling to keep the business running without dipping into personal finances. Stretching payables frees up the cash owners need to get through a cash crunch.

  • Dynamic Communities: A Business’s Transition

    When it came time to transition his business, Andy Hafer, founder of Dynamic Communities, found resources with his bank to make the change easier.

  • Core Values Elevate Customer Experience at Flow Automotive

    Focused on adapting to the rapid changes rippling through the auto-dealer industry, Flow Automotive relies on its organizational principles and partnership with SunTrust for its innovative solutions and strategic vision.

  • Stepping up Cash Management When Capital Gets Costly

    Higher capital costs are leading businesses to concentrate on cash management using better data trails from electronic transactions and integration with operational and financial systems.