Monthly Archives: August 2013

Now Lenders Offering $2500 Instantly on Bad Credit Loans Maryland

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New York, NY — (SBWIRE) — 08/19/2013 — Even with online applications, some lenders have been making the whole process so involving with others even requesting people to fax documents. This then delays processing of funds greatly inconveniencing loan applicants more so those with quick situations to sort out. From now onwards, anyone in need […]

Gov. Andrew Cuomo cracks down on illegal online payday loans

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Thousands of borrowers, including many in the Bronx, have fallen into the quick-money loan trap that comes back to bite with huge interests rates of up to 600 percent. (August 12, 2013) BROOKLYN – Gov. Andrew Cuomo is cracking down on online companies offering illegal payday loans. Thousands of borrowers, including many in Brooklyn, have […]

Credit Suisse Said to Hire BofA’s Tan for Asia Financial Banking

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Credit Suisse (CSGN) Group AG hired Michael Tan from Bank of America Corp. (BAC) to run its financial-institutions investment banking team in the Asia-Pacific region, said people with knowledge of the matter. Tan will start at Credit Suisse in December and be based in Hong Kong, one of the people said, asking not to be […]

Treasury: Debt limit will be hit in mid-October

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew has told Congress that the government will run out of money to pay its bills in mid-October unless lawmakers raise the countrys borrowing limit, which is capped at $16.7 trillion. Lew said in a letter to House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) released Monday that the government is running […]

Carolinas credit unions focusing on tax reform, consolidation

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John Radebaugh’s job just got a lot bigger. The president of the North Carolina Credit Union League will now lead the soon-to-be merged credit union leagues in the two Carolinas. The trade groups announced the final merger approval this week. I caught up with Radebaugh to discuss the changing credit union landscape. Following are edited […]

Deutsche Bank Sells Subordinated Notes Tied to Credit Agricole

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Deutsche Bank AG (DBK) is among banks increasing sales of structured notes comprised of subordinated financial bonds as investors take on more risk to boost returns. Germany’s biggest lender sold $2.5 million of five-year junior notes tied to the debt of Credit Agricole SA, its third such offering this year, according to data compiled by […]