How banks could help women stuck in a subprime trap

Jonathan Walker of the Center for the New Middle Class and Mark Schwanhausser of Javelin discuss ideas for helping women facing financial difficulties.

Women with low credit scores tend to work long hours at low pay, care for parents as well as children, and have trouble making ends meet. Jonathan Walker, executive director of Elevate's Center for the New Middle Class, and Mark Schwanhausser, director of digital banking at Javelin Strategy & Research, kick around ideas for how banks and fintechs could help women who are caught in a subprime trap.