Nov 24, 2020
Paula Roberts, U.S. Consumer Economist for KKR, talks about her research into how the pandemic is changing cities and the behavior of consumers. She tackles tough questions—are cities in jeopardy as a result of COVID? Will Millennials ever want to work in an office again? How will COVID permanently change consumer...
Oct 6, 2020
Cam Fine, the former president and CEO of ICBA, and Ed Yingling, the former president and CEO of ABA, break down the key issues, races and potential outcomes for bankers as a result of the election next month. What banking issues will come to the fore if Democrats sweep the White House and Senate? What would change...
Sep 1, 2020
Misha Esipov, the founder and CEO of Nova Credit, discusses how he helped to build the world’s first cross-border consumer credit reporting agency, why immigrants are critical to economic growth in the U.S., and how credit history is key to addressing economic disparities.
Aug 11, 2020
Craig Scheef, the founder, chairman and CEO of Texas Security Bank in Dallas, talks about his bank’s unique approach to small business lending, how the institution successfully doubled its asset size thanks to the PPP program, and why he believes policymakers underestimate the value of a free enterprise system.
Aug 4, 2020
Malia Lazu, the chief experience and culture officer at $13.1 billion-asset Berkshire Bank in Boston, talks about why banks often fail to reach millennial and minority customers, the challenges facing community banks, and the future of the branch.