Mahesh Subramanium
Oct 22, 2020

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

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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“Technology will transform bank services and remove many of the barriers that have plagued lending to small businesses,” says Karen Mills, a senior fellow at Harvard Business School and former head of the Small Business Administration for the Obama administration.

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Not much thought is always given to exactly what puts the “community” in “community banking.

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Small businesses are a big deal to the people who own, operate and create them.

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