Tag: Commercial Loans


Judge dismisses Wells Fargo commercial lending class-action suit

May 9, 2022

Via: Banking Dive

In an effort to charge higher fees, entice borrowers who wanted large loans and become the biggest commercial lender in the country, Wells Fargo was incentivized to originate and sponsor risky loans, the shareholders argued. The shareholders said Wells Fargo […]

Capital and Risk, Credit, Insurance

Kentucky Lawmakers Approve Bill to Give Insurers Lower Rates From Home Loan Bank

March 25, 2022

Via: Insurance Journal

Kentucky’s General Assembly has become the only legislature so far this year to adopt a bill that could give insurers lower rates on commercial loans from the Federal Home Loan Bank system. The Kentucky Senate this week unanimously approved House […]

Activity, Capital and Risk, Credit, Investment Banking

JPMorgan Chase’s trading revenue, consumer and commercial loans fall

January 14, 2022

Via: American Banker

JPMorgan Chase posted a decline in trading revenue that was steeper than analysts expected, and both commercial and consumer loans fell from a year earlier. Shares of the company dropped after the firm reported a 16% slide in fixed-income trading […]

Activity, Corporate Banking

Five Ways to Improve Your Bank’s Commercial Lending Department

May 27, 2016

Via: Bank Director

When running a business, one of the most important things an owner needs is access to capital. Unfortunately, getting their hands on that much needed capital is never easy, quick or painless. In fact, it’s quite the opposite. But the […]