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Feedback: It’s All About the Rates
Posted September 15, 2010 |

Banks need to wake up and smell their burning coffee. Small business loan demand is weak but for reasons most banks refuse to admit to this day: unreasonable loan terms.
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New Appraisers Pushed Beyond Qualifications
Posted August 16, 2010 |

Many took the minimum requisite courses, became certified with virtually no guidance or tutoring, and completed appraisals that were accepted without question.
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Feedback: Nonbank Lenders Aren’t Being Held to Higher Standards
Posted July 30, 2010 |

The implication that bank employee lenders are less capable because they don’t have “tough” professional skill requirements isn’t true.
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Feedback: Get Small-Business Lending Bill Back on Track
Posted July 29, 2010 |

As a commercial finance consultant and a former commercial banker, it is very clear to me that passage of H.R. 5297 is essential to developing any meaningful level of employment growth.
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Why Not ‘Pawn Off’ Risk to Nonbanks?
Posted July 20, 2010 | Richard Robb

Transferring credit risk to insurance companies, hedge funds and anyone else who wants it will free the banking system as a whole from dependence on shaky formulas that no one fully trusts.
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Green Versus Greed: Taking Sides on New Bank of America Fee
Posted July 19, 2010 | Katherine Kane

The scoop by American Banker last week that Bank of America is charging some new customers a fee for paper statements generated a torrent of comments across the blogosphere
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Commercial Real Estate Hopium
Posted July 9, 2010 |

With commercial real estate values and rents down 30% to 40% nationwide, across most sectors and metro markets alike, real estate investors — and the banks that lend to them — have already been hit by commercial real estate market’s tsunami. But many believe the worst is yet to come.
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Feedback: A Modest Proposal for Merchants
Posted June 25, 2010 |

As issuers, we should “flip the switch” for a couple of days so that our customers have to write checks. Then merchants might remember what interchange fees are worth.
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Interchange Issues Rankle Readers
Posted June 18, 2010 | Katherine Kane

There’s nothing quite like a interchange to stir the pot, and the Durbin Amendment has been a hot-button issue of the moment for our readers.
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Deal with Wal-Mart involvement warrants scrutiny
Posted June 17, 2010 | Adam Rust

Green Dot’s application to purchase Bonneville Bank should merit attention considering that Wal-Mart is both a shareholder and the largest business partner of the prepaid card company.
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Reaching the Underbanked: Game Theory
Posted June 14, 2010 | Timothy Flacke

Why can’t saving money be fun and exciting? When I think of deposit products, I start to yawn. Don’t get me wrong, savings accounts, certificates of deposit (CDs), and prepaid debit cards with a savings pocket are all important products for the unbanked and underbanked. But, let’s face it, they are boring.
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San Francisco’s Promising Initiative
Posted June 10, 2010 | Rimmy Malhotra

Last month, San Francisco mayor Mayor Gavin Newsom announced a new initiative that would provide a college savings account for every kindergartener entering San Francisco’s public school program. EARN, a California non-profit that promotes wealth creation among low-income families, has pledged to match the first $100 of a family’s savings in each account.
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Providing the Underbanked with a Buffer in Bill-Pay
Posted June 10, 2010 | Ryan Gilbert

The underbanked have traditionally been under-served when facing short-term cash flow crunches. The choices are not just limited — they’re often prohibitively expensive and inconvenient. APRs at payday loan centers can easily initiate an unstoppable debt spiral for many consumers.
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Investing’s Not Too Risky for the Underserved
Posted June 8, 2010 | Rimmy Malhotra

As we’ve developed GoalMine, our investing platform for the underserved, one of the biggest concerns we’ve heard from other people is risk. Why, they want to know, would we encourage the underserved to put their money in mutual funds? Aren’t we worried they could lose money?
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Blunt indictment of a “senseless panic”
Posted May 26, 2010 | Allison Bisbey Colter

William Isaac, who led the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. from 1981 to 1985, thinks the panic that gripped financial markets in 2008 and the ensuing recession did not have to happen and that the Troubled Asset Relief Program, which was sold to Congress and the public as essential to calm the markets, actually did more harm than good.
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