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The Consumer Financial Services industry is changing quickly. This weekly podcast from national law firm Ballard Spahr focuses on the consumer finance issues that matter most, from new product development and emerging technologies to regulatory compliance and enforcement and the ramifications of private litigation. Our legal team—recognized as one of the industry's finest— will help you make sense of breaking developments, avoid risk, and make the most of opportunity.
 
The Legally Steal Show™ hosted by S.E. Day is a consumer advocate and consumer finance, talk radio show which provides a means to equalizing the playing field for the listening audience. The Show features interviews with celebrities, industry professionals, insurance providers, warranty companies, mechanics, government officials, credit bureau officials, credit union officials, CPA, Attorneys, etc.
 
The economy is changing so fast. It’s hard to keep up. Get the latest on what’s happening in the economy right now with three-times-a day briefings from Marketplace. More than just the numbers, Marketplace brings you highlights from the most important stories about money, business and the economy. Have a minute? We’ll get you what you need. Get the Marketplace Minute®, now.
 
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Many mid-sized banks are struggling to find new asset classes and new opportunities to offer retail banking services. Unsecured lending has become a viable way for them to broaden their product portfolio on the credit side. In this episode, Jim Matera, EVP/Chief Retail Banking Officer at Apple Bank, talks about how his firm got involved with unsecu…
 
7-22-21 MMC/MM Closing Bell/Karr Episode Title: Home sales - Closing Bell Episode Summary: Home prices hit record high; Internet outage hits major websites; Twitter posts strong earnings :02 This is the Marketplace Minute. I’m Meghan McCarty Carino. STORY 1 Stocks rose a bit Thursday. The Dow bumped up just under one tenth percent. The S&P gained t…
 
After reviewing the facts and holding in Ramirez, we discuss how the decision clarifies the concrete harm requirement established by SCOTUS’s Spokeo decision, Ramirez’s implications for class action and individual lawsuits alleging violations of federal consumer financial protection laws, and the potential impact on state court litigation. Chris Wi…
 
Credit unions maintain a distinct advantage over larger banks. As a community-based institution, they are well positioned to truly understand the unique financial needs of their members. Now, with the proliferation of digital technologies, credit unions can continue to meet the evolving needs of their members — even if they’ve moved across the coun…
 
7-19-21 MMC/MM Closing Bell/ParkerEpisode Title: Stocks fall - Closing Bell Episode Summary: CDC raises travel warning for UK; NBER finds 2020 recession ended in April making it shortest on record; US holds China responsible for hacking of Microsoft; :02 This is the Marketplace Minute. I’m Meghan McCarty Carino. STORY 1 Stocks tumbled Monday. The D…
 
Tom Vartanian is a former federal banking regulator and law professor. In Part II of this two-part podcast, we discuss technology’s impact on the banking system, how a new cyberspace infrastructure can increase security, the current financial conditions that could spark the next financial crisis, cryptocurrency’s role in building new networks for t…
 
Emerging leaders of the consumer lending industry all have a few things in common. On this week’s episode, Upstart’s Senior VP of Business Development, Jeff Keltner talks about what he’s learned from nearly a decade of working in the consumer lending arena, where the industry is advancing, and his forecasts of who will rise to the top of the market…
 
A new coalition is supporting a $1.2 trillion bipartisan plan; U.S. consumer borrowing up by $35 billion in May; G-20 meets in Italy, expected to endorse global minimum corporate tax; Biden to sign executive order aimed at spurring more competitionBy Marketplace | Cumulus Podcast Network
 
Tom Vartanian is a former federal banking regulator and law professor. In Part I of this two-part podcast, we discuss the government policies that have contributed to or caused the financial crises faced by the U.S. over the past 200 years, how the consumer financial services industry can benefit from smarter regulation and a principles-based rathe…
 
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