Direct lenders

A lawsuit alleges that the bank practiced a “redlining”

INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana-based Old National Bank has been charged in a federal lawsuit of redlining in the Indianapolis area by offering a disproportionate number of mortgages to black borrowers, closing branches in predominantly black neighborhoods and giving black people less information during the mortgage application process. The Fair Housing Center …

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SBA direct loans are not a threat to private lenders

In March of this year, a campaign was launched by many national, state and local business organizations to respond to Lowest in 40 years of business creation. One of the recommendations was that the US Small Business Administration directly grant start-up loans and microloans under $ 20,000 to rural and …

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EBL’s contactless payment system

The idea of ​​a cashless society is not new. Nowadays, technological innovations and new payment methods aim to replace the old system of bartering with cash. To facilitate daily transactions, EBLis launched Bangla QR payment solution in its EBL SKYBANKING application on September 02, 2020. This corresponds to debit cards, …

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Questions to ask yourself before buying a home

While buyers are often drawn to quartz countertops, hardwood floors or a nice backsplash, there are more serious factors consumers should consider before investing in a home, says Lynn Ikle, real estate agent at Redfin. in Howard County, Maryland. “Maybe there’s a nice empty space next to it, but you …

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A deep dive with Sam Farao

Commercial stock exchange Nathan Dumlao via Unsplash Just a decade ago, artificial intelligence and fintech were fairly new words for those uninitiated to tech. However, over the past decade they have both had a profound effect on the way business, financial transactions and investments are now conducted. AI has had …

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