Committees : Lending

Article | December 23rd, 2022

What’s Embedded Banking and Why Does It Matter?

Embedded banking is a way that banks can form stronger relationships with their small business customers by providing a modern, digital experience and streamlined operations.

By: Keith Riddle
Article | December 16th, 2022

How Banks Can Win the Small Business Customer Experience

Small businesses need financial partners that understand their challenges while being nimble enough to react to changing market dynamics.

By: Will Tumulty
Article | August 30th, 2022

3 Ways to Help Businesses Manage Market Uncertainty

Banks could meet commercial clients’ risk management needs and generate new growth opportunities.

By: Tom Loffredio
Article | August 4th, 2022

Using Embedded Finance to Grow Customers, Loans

Embedded lending opens a new world of underwriting possibilities for banks.

By: Jon Fry
Article | July 14th, 2022

How to Find the Right Title Service Provider

Title service providers should be strategic partners who work alongside banks to navigate all market conditions.

By: Caitlin Green
Article | July 13th, 2022

FinXTech’s Need to Know: Construction Lending

Banks have a lot to consider when evaluating construction loans — technology could help automate many of these unique tasks.

By: Erika Bailey
Article | July 12th, 2022

3 Things Business Customers Want From Their Banks

What makes business customers go out of their way to tell a community banker how happy they are?

By: Brendon DiBella
Article | July 1st, 2022

The Battle for the Small Business Customer

There are several key steps banks can take to attract and retain their valuable small business relationships.

By: Dean Jenkins
Article | June 29th, 2022

Redlining Isn’t Just a Mortgage Loan Problem

Ignoring the risk of redlining is a fair lending violation waiting to happen.

By: Michael Berman
Article | June 8th, 2022

3 Reasons to Add SBA Lending

Financing the nation’s newest businesses is a potentially huge opportunity for community banks.

By: Jim Eider