Andy Shank
Jun 9, 2021

Banks and credit unions can work with small-business customers to help them minimize the risk and deal with the outsized impact of scams and schemes.

The government created the program to assist struggling businesses, and it is the responsibility of bankers to help them access the funds.

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Community lenders have an opportunity to quickly and responsibly help those struggling by making the best use of the SBA tools at their disposal.

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In the forgiveness phase, the challenge of processing and adjudicating the applications is shaping up to be more complex than the lending phase.

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A strong execution strategy can help banks from being overwhelmed, as well as create efficiencies for the institution and a better experience for customers.

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Interest rate hedging solutions may help smaller financial institutions compete with larger rivals while offering greater flexibility to borrowers.

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The Paycheck Protection Program worked to some degree, but the length and breadth of the pandemic requires a broader approach.

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Small business relief programs have held bankers’ undivided attention lately.

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COVID-19 has disrupted our communities and cost us greatly, but it has also breathed new life into our sense of community and improved how we communicate and work together.

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As an increasing number of professional services move towards a demand initiative, the gig economy has become a major part of our overall work landscape.

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