The Voice: Industry News – August 13, 2018
August 13, 2018
Bank Overseer Ready to Begin Community Lending Rewrite
The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency is prepared to move first on a rewrite of bank lending rules for low- and moderate-income communities with a proposal coming as soon as this month.
Main Street USA Businesses are Feeling Pain as The Trade War Wallops Farms
The decline in commodity prices followed the U.S.-China trade war and Beijing slapping 25 percent retaliatory tariffs on American soybeans.
Venture Capital: Giving Minority Entrepreneurs a Chance
Marketplace Tech host Molly Wood talked with Impact America Fund founder Kesha Cash about the sometimes complex collision of money and mission in venture capital.
United States: Federal Regulators Issue Key Guidance On Fintech Issues
The U.S. Department of the Treasury and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency provided important guidance on a broad range of issues confronting the fintech industry.
Big Banks Bullish On Lending to Small Businesses, Biz2Credit Reports
Strong economic numbers including higher wages are driving lenders to give small businesses the funds they need to grow in this environment.
Source: Small Business Trends