In the current commercial banking environment, is there a case to be made for booking deals even if it means giving on margin and coming in below return targets?
Is there a potential downside to adding scale via mergers? And after tightening standards in 2020, how far is the pendulum swinging now toward looser credit standards?
Get an international perspective on commercial lending - the impact of 2020 events and the challenges that lie ahead - in this recent MoneyLive panel discussion.
In PrecisionLender's annual survey, commercial bankers gave their views about the impact of 2020 events and the outlook for 2021. We compare those survey responses to real-life banker behavior.
PrecisionLender surveyed U.S. commercial bankers to get their views on what happened in 2020 - particularly the impact of the pandemic - and what the path forward looks like in 2021.
Take a look back at the 2020 U.S. commercial lending market, with a particular focus on risk mitigation and cross-selling trends. Learn why some banks struggled and others rose above the rest.
How are commercial banks responding after nine months of the pandemic? We look at two particular areas - provisioning and bad loan sales, in which bank actions seem to tell two very different stories.
Banks often rely on outdated spreadsheets to handle their commercial pricing. They may have a cheap purchase price, but there are countless ways spreadsheets are costing your bank dearly, every day.
PrecisionLender clients have a track record of outperforming the industry when it comes to risk mitigation. And they're doing it while continuing to outpace competitors in growth and profitability.
The hotel industry has been hit hard during the pandemic. What does that mean for banks that have lent money to hotels? And how are banks working to give hotels time to regain their financial footing?
Credit concerns have taken center stage for commercial banks during COVID-19. This report looks at how much risk banks are facing, and how well they’re adjusting to the changing conditions.
A banking CEO recently made some scathing public comments about CECL. Is his view widespread? And what's at the root of banker with the accounting standard?
Things are far from normal economically with COVID-19, but commercial banks are out of survival mode and now have time to take stock and ask: What's next? Here's a look at three paths forward.
In this episode, PrecisionLender's Gita Thollesson provides a sneak peak into her recent report, "Risk Levels and Bank Behavior During COVID-19."
Commercial pricing has moved beyond static, manual solutions. Banks need a solution that's easy to configure, adjust and monitor, helping them better manage risk. That's PrecisionLender.
With risk mitigation on the minds of commercial bankers everywhere, it's time to look at how they're measuring risk and where those ratings might be coming up short.
Commercial banks are out of survival mode and have at least grown accustomed to life with COVID-19. There’s time now for them to ask “Okay, what’s next?” We discuss some options in this episode.
Many banks are trying to reduce risk by only allowing senior execs to make all key commercial lending decisions. It's an approach that's actually fraught with ... well ... risk.
To survive (and thrive) during an economic downturn, your bank must monitor the right indicators, quickly adjust its portfolio strategy, and ensure that strategy turns into tangible action. Learn how.