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Apr 9, 2012: Second Quarter Results To Be “Noisy” | Talk Business

Chris Harkins of Delta Trust Investments, Inc. sat down with Roby Brock from Talk Business to discuss market moves and upcoming change to 401(k)’s. Click here to view the video.

Mar 22, 2012: Delta Trust & Bank Promotions Announced

Delta Trust & Bank announced this week the promotions of Roshelle Brown, Tamara Phillips and Blake Reeves. Click here to read the full release.

Mar 16, 2012: Saving for the Future with IRAs | Today’s THV

Chad Carlson, CFP®, Vice President and Financial Advisor with Delta Trust Investments, sat down with Today’s THV to discuss what you should know before filing for your taxes and the benefits of having an IRA. Click hear to view

Mar 13, 2012: A Process Is Essential for Optimal Financial Health | Arkansas Hospitals Magazine

Chad Carlson, Vice President and Financial Advisor with Delta Trust Investments, contributed to the Winter edition of the Arkansas Hospital Association’s magazine, Arkansas Hospitals.  

Mar 1, 2012: What Could Possibly Go Wrong? | Wall Street Journal

Sean Barron, Vice President and Portfolio Manager with Delta Trust & Bank, contributes to the Wall Street Journal Market Watch article What Could Possibly Go Wrong: How to hedge against sovereign debt, economic risks. Click here to read more.

Feb 21, 2012: Community Bankers Push for TAG Extensions | American Banker

Delta Trust CEO French Hill comments on TAG program in American Banker  

Feb 3, 2012: Keeping Your Financial Resolutions | Today’s THV

Bob Williams, Senior Vice President of Delta Trust Investments, sat down with Today’s THV to discuss beginning of the year investment advice. Click here to watch the video.

Jan 12, 2012: The CEOs Part Three | Talk Business

French Hill, CEO Delta Trust & Bank, sits down with Ray Dillon, CEO Deltic Timber Company, for Part Three of the series The CEOs with Talk Business. Click here to watch the video.

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