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Finextra Research | March 09, 2020
Metro bank has contracted with Ezbob to deliver a digital lending proposition for small business customers. The new service will take customers from application through ID&V, documentation, offer and acceptance in a matter of minutes; ultimately enabling funding to be released on the same day. Metro Bank last year was awarded £120 million from the RBS bail-out fund to inject more competition in the SME banking market. The challenger has since scaled back its plans for expansion into bu...
Decent | October 20, 2021
As Texas and the U.S. continue to navigate the tumultuous COVID-19 pandemic, Decent, a start-up already disrupting the health insurance industry with affordable benefit plans, is launching a Professional Employer Organization (PEO) to better support small businesses.
Of the 458 PEOs in the U.S, Decent is the only one that is owned and operated by a TPA that designs and manages the health insurance plans that Decent offers. Basically, Decent cuts out the middleman to create more af...
Wells Fargo | April 25, 2022
Today, Wells Fargo announces the Small Business Resource Navigator, an online portal helping connect small business owners to potential financing options and technical assistance through Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs) across the country. The portal was launched in collaboration with the non-profit Community Reinvestment Fund, USA, and was made possible by the Wells Fargo Open for Business Fund. By visiting www.bizresourcenavigator.com and completing a short questionnaire, s...
Newsday | May 04, 2020
Eleven public companies on Long Island have secured Paycheck Protection Program loans totaling more than $36 million and sustaining the salaries of about 2,200 workers, according to a Newsday review of securities filings.
Some of the companies are still operating because they make essential products such as coronavirus diagnostic tests, scientific equipment and components for military aircraft. Forty-five percent made money last year and 55% did not.
The group’s PPP loans ave...
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