02.15.2022

Bankers Healthcare Group Partners with Society of Women Engineers to Provide  Custom Financial Solutions to Members 

Bankers Healthcare Group Partners with Society of Women Engineers to Provide  Custom Financial Solutions to Members 

Davie, Fl — With over 41,000 members, the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) is the country’s largest network of women engineers.  Its mission to empower women to reach their fullest potential as engineers and leaders is one of the many reasons Bankers Healthcare Group (BHG) is partnering with SWE to provide custom financial solutions to members.   

“We are committed to providing flexible options for our professionals, collegiate students, and employer partners to inspire, support, and positively impact women in engineering on their own terms,” [Karen Horting, Executive Director & CEO]. “We are excited to partner with BHG to offer our members financial solutions that can aid them in expanding the image of the engineering and technology profession.”    

BHG’s portfolio of solutions includes:  

  • Business loans to consolidate debt, improve cash flow, acquire an existing practice, start a new business, finance equipment or technology, and more.   
  • Personal loan solutions for investments, major purchases, life events, and more.   
  • Credit cards designed for professionals that offer low rates, cashback, and elite rewards.  

“We look forward to supporting women engineers in accomplishing their goals by providing them with fast, flexible financial solutions,” said Al Crawford, Co-founder and CEO of Bankers Healthcare Group. “We always welcome the opportunity to amplify professionals with like-minded values. We support SWE’s goals of professional excellence, globalization, advocacy, diversity, and inclusion, and we are glad they chose our services to fund their goals.  

The Society of Women Engineers was founded in 1950 and has acquired over 41,000 members, spanning all career stages. 

SWE is a non-profit educational and service organization that empowers women to succeed and advance in engineering and be recognized for their life-changing contributions as engineers and leaders. SWE is the driving force that establishes engineering as a highly desirable career for women through an exciting array of training and development programs, networking opportunities, scholarships alongside outreach and advocacy activities.  

About Bankers Healthcare Group     

BHG is transforming the financial industry, leveraging the power of data, analytics, and cutting-edge technology to become not only one of the best sources for high-performing loans, but the creator of one of the largest community bank loan and product networks in the country.   

Since 2001, BHG has originated more than $9 billion in loan solutions to top-quality borrowers, which community and midsize banks can access via a state-of-the-art loan delivery platform. Building on nearly two decades of innovation, BHG and its family of brands now offer a full suite of financial solutions that span business, consumer, and SBA 7(a) loans, credit cards, collection services, risk management services, and point-of-sale financing with a focus in patient lending.   

With record growth year after year, BHG continues to be recognized regionally and nationally: earning a spot on the Inc. 5000 for 14 years running and receiving accolades from Great Place to Work® and Fortune magazine, among others. BHG is partially owned by Pinnacle Bank, a Tennessee, Bank, Member FDIC, and has headquarters in Davie, FL, and Syracuse, NY.  

To learn more about BHG’s financial solutions, visit www.bankershealthcaregroup.com, and for more information about the BHG Bank Network, click here. Follow BHG on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter.  

  

Accolades

Best Places to Work South Florida Business Journal
Great Place to Work Certified
American Banker Best Places to Work in Fintech 2021
Inc. Best Places to Work 2019
Best Places to Work in Financial Services and Insurance
Great Place to Work Certified 2020
CNY Business Journal Great Place to Work
Inc. Best Places to Work 2020 Honoree