How your Credit Score Affects Your Way of Life - View the video

Pablo Sanchez

Presenter
Pablo Sanchez
Vice President - Branch Manager
Park Bank

Location:
33 East Main St., Suite 100
Madison, WI 53704

Career Clusters / Help Topics:

  • Finance
  • Help Topic – Financial Literacy

Biography:
Pablo Sanchez is the Vice President and Branch Manager at Park Bank in Madison Wis. with responsibility for the effective management of branch staff, operations, lending and profitability. Responsible for the development of branch goals, sales objectives, and marketing plans. Pablo also oversees the sales and service development in the branch and promotes the bank’s products and services. Another main responsibility is to resolve client problems and exercise extensive decision-making authority. Prior to joining Park Bank Pablo worked as a Sales Manager for Montecito Bank and Trust in Santa Barbara California. Pablo Sanchez is also a member of the Governor’s Council on Financial Literacy. He is married to Kathryn Bishop Sanchez, an Associate Professor in the Spanish and Portuguese Department at the University of Wisconsin Madison. Together they have two children. Pablo enjoys spending time with his family camping, kayaking and playing golf and likes to be involved in the community serving on various boards: UW Hospital and Authority, Access Community Health Centers, Overture Foundation, Downtown Madison Incorporated.

Description:
In recent years, you may have seen commercials and news reports talking about bad credit or knowing your Credit Score. What is this magic number all about? As a top administrator in one of Madison’s successful banks, Pablo Sanchez will try to make sense of it all for students. He will focus on the importance of establishing positive credit and how your Credit Report affects your way of life. Sanchez will give examples of how financing varies based on applicants with very different credit scores. He’ll also show how much you could be saving by starting now to protect your credit. (Running Time 23:03)