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  • November 9-11, 2020 | New Orleans, LA
    In order to originate small business loans profitably, banks need to increase cross sales, improve internal systems and/or partner with alternative lenders. Attend this year’s small biz: banking conference to access thought leadership, best practices and leading solution providers.
  • October 15, 2020 | New York, NY
    Now in its seventeenth year, The Most Powerful Women in Banking™ has from the beginning been focused on identifying a community of influential women in financial services — honoring their business acumen, professional achievements and personal tenacity. In the years that followed, those values and that commitment to community have guided the stewardship of the program, which has expanded to include new ranking categories and new opportunities for professionals to connect.
  • June 8-10, 2020 | Austin, TX
    Digital Banking is the leading and largest digital banking event in the industry, covering innovation in financial services for consumer and commercial customers around mobile, digital, AI, payments, data, blockchain, CX, disruption, innovation, privacy, API, channel and technology strategies.
  • October 13, 2020 | New York, NY
    The Most Powerful Women in Banking: LEAD is a one-day program that brings together the industry’s rising stars and newer entrants to hear from the women atop The Most Powerful Women in Banking lists.
  • Bankers say they’re still trying to figure out if the Fed’s complex loan-buying vehicles will help them cater to the needs of midsize commercial customers hammered by the economic shock from the coronavirus outbreak.
    11h ago
  • Midsize businesses and state and local governments are among the beneficiaries of the central bank's latest $2 trillion effort to mitigate the economic damage caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
    April 9
  • Many banks were hitting their limits for lending to small businesses devastated by the coronavirus outbreak. They say the Fed's decisions to help fund additional loans and relax capital requirements will resolve many of their problems.
    April 9
  • Customers in the challenger bank's pilot program drew down an average of $200 each in advance of the government's $1,200 payments.
    April 9
  • Critics who argue this crisis mirrors the 2008 financial panic when Congress bailed out banks have it wrong. The new relief package in response to the coronavirus pandemic was necessary to save livelihoods, and more can be done.
    April 9
    Eugene Ludwig
    Founder and CEO
    Promontory Financial Group