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CFOs at community financial institutions have their hands full now more than ever — low loan demand, an overflow of deposits, margin pressure, potential credit quality issues, and more.
Even though lending levels are still low, now is the time to consider the criteria for lending to entrepreneurs when they come knocking.
The LIBOR transition is well underway.
We highlight three important lending areas: mortgage lending, CRE, and small business.
While waiting for lending activity to pick up, community financial institutions are still flush with cash and looking for ways to use it.
The Paycheck Protection Program helped many businesses through the pandemic and community financial institutions played a key role in getting these funds to their customers.
While the economic recovery is not yet complete, there are some bright spots, including CRE.
With 8MM minority-owned businesses in the US, many are having a hard time finding funding.
We have four ways, including identifying opportunities in existing lending niches and adding more fee income.
Yet, community financial institutions that lend to hotels and other hospitality-industry businesses are seeing a drop in loan delinquencies.