As the coronavirus pandemic and the policy response to it affect businesses and commercial credit, many borrowers are converting revolving and secured cashflow credit facilities to asset-based lending facilities. Ed Gately of MUFG Americas discusses this trend and what it means for borrowers and banks.
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As states begin to relax stay-at-home orders, many banks are beginning to plan for the safe and efficient return to normal in-office operations. Here are some answers to banker questions on what they need to know.
Nerre Shuriah of First Citizens Bank explores how to deliver a relationship-based, community banking asset management service in an environment of fee and commission compression.
As part of its response to the global coronavirus pandemic, the Federal Reserve is launching a “Main Street Lending Program” to deliver up to $600 billion in credit to small and midsize firms. Learn more in this bonus podcast episode.
ABA’s banker-led Core Platforms Committee today released several new resources to help bankers navigate the core provider marketplace.
On the latest episode of the ABA Banking Journal Podcast, Paul Benda summarizes the latest science on how COVID-19 is transmitted and explores prudent steps for banks to minimize that spread.
April is Financial Literacy Month, but with schools closed because of the coronavirus pandemic and social distancing rules in place across the country, bankers are pivoting to video conferencing and virtual formats to deliver financial lessons.
Ed Francis talks about how InBank’s technology investments have positioned the company to serve its customers and thrive long-term, even in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
Bankers have lots of questions about the Small Business Administration’s new Paycheck Protection Program, which launched today to deliver up to $349 billion to small businesses struggling with the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic.
Live Oak Bank CTO Brian Lora talks about how the bank’s cloud-based infrastructure helps it stay resilient and rapidly go remote when hurricanes, or a global pandemic, strikes.