Bridge Bank Hires David Mitchell and Todd Runge to Lead Growth in Mid-Atlantic and Southeastern Regions

Atlanta – October 21, 2015 – Bridge Bank today announced the recent hiring of two seasoned bankers to support growth in its Capital Finance lending group in the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast regions. David Mitchell was hired as senior vice president and market manager, and Todd Runge was hired as senior vice president and business line manager. Based in Atlanta, Mitchell and Runge will be responsible for extending Bridge Bank’s asset-based lending business lines to small and mid-sized growth companies. 

Dollar pulls back pre-FOMC

The dollar gave back last week's gains vs. the Euro and then some as the focus turned to the Fed’s interest rate decision next Thursday.  A general feeling that the Fed will not hike rates at their September meeting has seen dollar bulls reduce exposures, squeezing weak longs in the process.  EU economic data over the week added momentum as improved industrial production numbers out of Germany on Monday and Euro zone GDP growth reported on Wednesday prompted more buying interest in the EUR.

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