Committees : Lending

FinXTech
article | September 21st, 2016

Giving Small Business Borrowers ’True’ Credit

Lending to small businesses has been the heartbeat of community banks, and how many of the largest banks have prospered.

By: Mike Carter
article | September 19th, 2016

Why Loan Participations Still Work For Banking

Community banks are facing pressure to diversify credit risk in their loan portfolios. Here's one way to diversify lending.

By: Bert Ely
FinXTech
article | July 27th, 2016

How Financial Institutions Can Meet the Marketplace Lending Challenge

Companies are hitting the marketplace with technology-only solutions that help banks help their business customers succeed.

By: Mike Dillon
Get INSPIRED
article | July 15th, 2016

Cash for Truckers Turns Into Cash for Bankers

In an age of slow growth and low interest rates, this community bank is turning to specialty finance.

By: Naomi Snyder
FinXTech
article | July 4th, 2016

Even: Friend or Foe

Even, an alternative to payday loans, which provides a money management tool for those with low or fluctuating incomes.

By: Al Dominick, CEO of Bank Director and FinXTech
article | June 29th, 2016

The Breakdown of What SBA Lending Can Do For Your Bank

SBA lending can diversify your loan portfolio and add significant premiums.

By: Brian Carlson
article | May 27th, 2016

Five Ways to Improve Your Bank’s Commercial Lending Department

Competition for the best business customers is tough. Here is what to focus on.

By: Chris Rentner
FinXTech
article | May 17th, 2016

SoFi: Friend or Foe

SoFi has been making waves in the fintech industry.

By: Bank Director Staff Writer
FinXTech
article | May 16th, 2016

Leveraging Technology to Strengthen the Enterprise

While non-bank financial startups are centered around technology, banks are trying to understand how technology can impact their existing operations and customer experience.

By: Jonathan Rowe
article | April 25th, 2016

Small Business Lending: Partnering Your Way to the Top

Community banks can win by collaborating instead of losing business to online marketplace lenders and big banks.

By: Brian Graham