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Advantedge will stop lending to “secondary segments”

The financial wholesaler has reworked its offer in order to “simplify” its product and service offering. Advantedge Financial Services has announced that it will reduce its product offering as part of a new simplification strategy. As of May 25, Advantedge will stop lending to “secondary segments” – which include guarantors, …

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Going to bat in defense of credit unions

Source: Shutterstock Change is inevitable in Washington. Administrations are moving, new regulatory heads are being confirmed, and the direction of public policies is pivoting. New political winds are blowing in our nation’s capital and NAFCU is adjusting its sails to advance our advocacy efforts. But we have the same end …

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CAP expansion will increase CU loans for small farmers in Ukraine | 2020-08-27

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) approved an extension of the World Council of Credit Unions Credit Project for Agricultural Producers (CAP) in Ukraine until March 2023. The extension will allow the CAP project to continue improving the regulatory environment for credit unions in Ukraine, providing more loans …

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“Project Save” makes homelessness a family affair

CLEVELAND – The nonprofit Project Save invites families to get out of the cold to find out more about the services it offers. What would you like to know Project Save invites families to discover its services The association helps those who fight against homelessness Some people who previously used …

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Three independent Providence bookstores that persist against the digital age

“I love seeing bookstores and meeting bookstores – booksellers really are a special breed. So, it must be the love of readers and of reading that prompts them to do so. It’s tempting to accept this quote from Mary Ann Shaffer’s historical novel, The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie …

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The RNC, like the government, is another Trump family affair

It is the party of the Republicans. But it’s been Donald, Melania, Ivanka, Tiffany, Eric, and Donald Trump Jr.’s show for a while now. Families are a hallmark of many political conventions, often softening the rougher edges of candidates. The domestic life of Democratic candidate Joe Biden has been the …

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Today in history: the Iran-Contra affair broke out | Lifestyles

Today it’s Tuesday, November 3 the 308th day of 2020. There are 58 days left in the year. On November 3, 1936, President Franklin D. Roosevelt won a landslide electoral victory over Republican challenger Alfred “Alf” Landon. In 1900, the United States’ first auto show opened at Madison Square Garden …

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Huntsville to restructure Office of Multicultural Affairs into Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

As he discussed infrastructure and quality of life during State of the City 2020 on Wednesday, Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle announced a change in part of his administration. He said the Office of Multicultural Affairs would be restructured into the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (ODEI). The office was …

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Unintended Effects of COVID-19 on Community Reinvestment Law Compliance for Banks

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact the banking industry in both expected and unexpected ways. Many have already commented on the influence of the pandemic on consumer behavior, particularly the noted decline in consumer spending and increased consumer savings. As a result of this macroeconomic shift, many US banks have …

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Ledgers, statistics and other useful news for owners

BOOK OF THE WEEK This is perhaps coming as a natural extension of the home cooking explosion of 2020 as more and more people have turned to the home as well. gardening as a way to avoid the boredom caused by the pandemic. It’s more than that, however; in a …

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