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About Bridgette

USA

+15 year(s) experience

Bridgette Hardonk
Bridgette Hardonk, a Sales Executive for FBX BankTrends, an FBX Informa Financial Intelligence business, helps community banks and credit unions adopt peer benchmarking and accounting tools to remain compliant and sharpen their competitive edge.

FBX BankTrends equips banks with powerful benchmarking software to gain a clear snapshot of their competitive position to make peer comparisons, spot vulnerabilities, and improve strategic planning. It also arms banks with a simple toolkit for tackling the Financial Accounting Standards Board’s new Current Expected Credit Loss (CECL) accounting standard.

Bridgette leads demonstrations for prospective clients and trains new clients, addressing any needs they have during the on-boarding process to ensure a seamless transition. Previously, she served as a client relationship supervisor for Informa Financial Intelligence, helping banks, credit unions, and brokerages build reports with customized methodologies to meet pricing goals.

Outside the office, Bridgette, a fitness guru, practices mixed martial arts, and spends time at the two Santa Monica, Calif. MMA gyms she owns with her husband. The couple, joined by their son, also visits vineyards and frequents the beach for boating. 

  • B.S., Marketing & Economics; California State University, Northridge
  • MBA, expected completion 2021; California State University, Channel Islands

“Many smaller banks don’t have the capacity to tackle benchmarking analysis or a monumental accounting standard like CECL. That’s where I come in. As a small business owner myself, I’m acutely aware of the pressures they face. We want to take them out of the weeds and do the heavy lifting for them.”