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Brian Browdie

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Can Alternative Data Determine a Borrower's Ability to Repay?
February 23, 2015 Banks want to make loans to people with scant credit histories, but the challenge is figuring out how to do so safely. One...

First Access, Cignifi Use Big Data to Bring Economic Security to the Unbanked
December 23, 2013 By analyzing behavior such as cell phone records, two startups have found a way to help those without bank accounts to obtain...

Canadian Banker on 'Daily Show' Was Funny, Eh?
July 29, 2013 ING Direct Canada CEO takes part in a "Daily Show" dig at U.S. banks.

Are Banks Special? Three Decades On, the Question Endures
July 1, 2013 During the heyday of deregulation, Gerald Corrigan argued that banks' unique functions required a unique level of supervision...

Sussex in N.J. Plans $7.2M Capital Raise
June 28, 2013 Sussex Bancorp in Franklin Lakes, N.J., plans to sell up to $7.2 million in common stock, offering 1.2 million shares to...

B of A Cuts Jobs in Charlotte
June 28, 2013 The Charlotte bank said Friday that the job cuts, which were first reported by the Charlotte Observer, came from various...

FDIC Hits Eight Banks with Enforcement Orders
June 28, 2013 The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. in May issued enforcement orders against eight banks and freed 14 others from prior orders...

Huntington Teams Up with Cleveland State University
June 28, 2013 Huntington Bancshares said Thursday that it has forged a pact with Cleveland State University that gives its Huntington Bank...

Provident New York to Raise $100M
June 27, 2013 Provident New York Bancorp will raise $100 million through a debt offering.

Canadian Banker on 'Daily Show' Was Funny, Eh?
June 27, 2013 Peter Aceto, the CEO of ING Direct Canada, joined the "Daily Show" in a spoof of bank regulation, but his appearance wasn't...

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