Posts Tagged ‘credit and lending’

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Pandemic Car Buys, Rising Interest Rates, and High Gas Prices: A World of Hurt for Lenders

It really is a mixed up, muddled up, shook up world. It seems like everyone in 2021 took out a loan on a new car, even though we all knew supplies were low and demand was high. As the Financial Times pointed out: “Americans went shopping for cars in a big way during the pandemic. […]

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Perficient Included in IDC Market Glance: Lending Digital Transformation Strategies

While it was once expected and acceptable for lenders to enforce standardized payment due dates and policies, COVID-19 brought the impracticality and ineffectiveness of a “one-size-fits-all” approach to credit and lending to light. Two-plus years later, banks and credit unions continue to feel the pressure to transform their credit and lending operations. And for good. […]

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The Value of Empathy in Debt Collections

Monday, February 21st marks the beginning of Empathy Week. Empathy Week was founded in London in 2019 as an initiative to use storytelling through film to cultivate empathy among school children. During Empathy Week, students are shown one short film each day that showcases a unique human experience. The films’ themes are interlaced into lessons, […]

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Are You Already Planning to Reforecast Your Loan Loss Projections for 2022?

Everywhere you look and read, we are reminded of the key drivers behind the rising debt and delinquencies Americans face, as well as indications there’s much more to come: Inflation increased at the fastest rate in 40 years over the last twelve months, exceeding expectations, the Labor Department announced on January 12, 2022. Used vehicles, which have […]