Derik Sutton
May 6, 2020

Small business relief programs have held bankers’ undivided attention lately. What was once considered a largely underserved segment in the financial industry is now at center stage. Businesses are relying on their banks now more than ever before to provide the relevant financial tools that they need to survive. But the responsibility does not end with lending. […]

There exists a world of criminals who hide behind thousands of shadowy companies.

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Not Supported The banking industry knows by now that it’s missing major opportunities to tap the small business lending market.

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In today’s competitive lending environment, a leading temptation for financial organizations is this: to focus on interest rates and terms to secure the small business customer.

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Growth remains a universal, timeless goal for financial institutions and many pursue loan growth to offset rising compliance costs and maintain profits.

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More and more, transparency occupies the online lending industry spotlight—but it’s no highlight.

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It’s little wonder that small businesses mean big business for today’s banks and credit unions.

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There are 28 million small businesses in the United States.

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Make no mistake: Competition for small businesses is heating up among big banks, credit unions, alternative lenders and every institution in between.

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The 29 million small businesses in the U.

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