The Most Fun I Never Want To Have Again 

​​A Mid-life Crisis In Community Banking
R.D. Koncerak

 BankForward Consulting, LLC

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The Most Fun I Never Want To Have Again is a story delivered from the front lines of the 2008 banking crisis.  Offering both an entertaining read and a financial education, TMF takes readers on an insightful tour through a dramatic boom/bust banking cycle.  Personal reflections and practical business advice are mixed in along the way, adding salt to an already well-seasoned documentary.   Click on the "About" tab to read more.

Recommended 2014 Summer Read by American Banker    

Praise for TMF:  excerpts from reviews

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  • "Bob has done a great job recounting the personal impact that the financial collapse had on so many of us during the banking crisis"
  • "This is a must-read for anyone interested in understand the financial crisis from a community banker's perspective.  Once you pick it up, you won't be able to put it down.
  • "He brings great insight into the banking crisis"..."especially having lived through those 'interesting times' in the Southeast, where fast growth and almost incredible increases in real estate values tested the skills and judgment of not only bank management teams, but also the bank regulators overseeing the industry."
  • "This is a must-read for anyone in the community banking industry, and it also provides excellent insights into the struggles of the banking industry during the crisis for readers not directly involved in community banking."