NY Bank partners with fintech to bridge financial gaps
NY Bank partners with fintech MoCaFi to bridge financial gaps, support underserved communities, and lower cashing fees for underbanked Americans
#CEE21: Bridging the SME financing gapDaniel Pana (FintechOS)
Watch the presentation on the topic of “Bridging the SME financing gap through innovative, customer centric lending”, recorded during the #CEE21 SME Banking Club Conference on November 25, 2021.
Daniel Pana (FintechOS). LinkedIn profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/danielpanapavotheo/
Join our next Conference ➡ https://smebankingconference.com/
Cooperation ➡ [email protected]
➡Read the news on SME banking on our website: https://smebanking.club/
➡Follow us in the LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/sme-…
➡ Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/SMEBankingClub
In the Trenches: Bank – Fintech Partnerships
Attorneys Dowse Rustin, Craig Nazzaro, and Brennan Ryan review structures, best practices, associated risks, and the expected growth for bank partnerships in today’s economic and regulatory environments. They discuss the drivers and concerns for both the depositories and their partners.
How to Make the Bank Work For You! #shorts
✅✅ If you want to learn how to grow your wealth, then check out Rental Ready Finances, our course that gets you set up to buy real estate! 50% off until Jan 22nd here https://bit.ly/3VUrFCB
A regular customer at a bank deposits their money and earns 0.1% interest on their funds.
Meanwhile, the bank takes 90% of those funds and lends them out to home owners, investors, and small businesses at much higher rates.
But a smart investor can borrow money from the bank at 6-7% and use it to earn 15-20% on great real estate investments!
Don’t work for the bank, make the bank work for you!
*Please note that the information in this video is for educational and entertainment purposes only and should not be taken as financial or investment advice. Any investments or financial decisions you make based on the information in this video are at your own risk. The links in the description above may include affiliate commissions or referrals, and I may receive compensation from partner websites.
#realestateinvesting #loans #banks
Developing Fintech Partnerships
Traditional banks need to join the digital financial services economy rather than stay on the sidelines. Here’s why.