YOU HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO INVEST IN A BANK
We are proud to announce that we are organizing a new community bank in the thriving Gainey Ranch area of Scottsdale. Gainey Business Bancorp (in organization) will be one of the first banks opened in Arizona in 10 years. But that may change rapidly, because right now is one of the best times in recent history to open a bank. Our Board of Directors have been quietly working on this worthwhile venture for over a year, and the timing to bring it to fruition is now.
The Arizona Department of Financial Institutions recently approved our status as “in organization” which authorizes us to raise $15 to $20 million dollars in capital by selling shares in this vibrant enterprise. I hope you will consider joining us in investing in this unique opportunity that we have carefully and thoroughly planned to be a win-win for both the shareholder and our community.
If you are interested, the next step is to request our Offering Circular. Just contact us, and we will ensure it gets into your hands for your thorough review. A minimum investment is $50,000 and the maximum investment is 9.9% of total capital raise..
We are truly proud of this exciting enterprise and we hope you will join us in this meaningful venture that will be rewarding for our shareholders and the economic vitality of our state and our community.
View Our Investor Presentation Deck
We think you will enjoy viewing our brief slide show, which provides the vision of this enterprise. Just click on the PowerPoint slide show, it will bring up an automatic download window, save it to your device, and then open to view and continue to click to advance each slide, its animations and components. If you would prefer you can also view our presentation in PDF file format.
Download & View: Gainey Business Bancorp Investor Presentation
NOTICE: This announcement is neither an offer to sell nor a solicitation of an offer to buy the common stock or any other securities of the proposed bank. Such offers may be made only by the Offering Circular. Shares of the proposed bank’s common stock and any other security of such bank are NOT insured nor approved by the FDIC or any other federal or state regulatory agency.