The latest recipient of the Marianne T. Anderson Memorial Fellowship has been announced.
Originally published at realclearmarkets.com on June 21, 2023 In New Mexico, an interest rate cap on specialized emergency loans when into effect in January. Since then, big-bank promoters have endorsed the small-dollar short-term loan products offered by U.S. Bank, Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Huntington Bank, and others as alternatives. Recently, those same activists have thrown in support for […]
The unintended consequences of price controls on consumer access to credit.
SPPI shares insights on the impact of the war on specialized emergency lending at AFSA’s conference in Las Vegas.
Jack Radomski and Brandt Kringlie are the inaugural recipients of the Marianne T. Anderson Memorial Fellowship.
Patrick Brenner has been invited as a speaker and panelist to discuss SPPI’s report “No Loan for You!” and how the war on specialized emergency lending is hurting the American Southwest.
We tested the prediction that banks will step in when payday lenders face restrictions. They didn’t want our business.
How the war on specialized emergency loans has hurt New Mexicans.
Specialized emergency lenders play a crucial role in providing access to credit for individuals who may not qualify for traditional loans from banks or credit unions, and can be a lifeline for those facing unexpected expenses or a temporary financial setback.
David Silberman has a history of weaponizing the government to routinely and aggressively target the very products he is now charged with assessing the safety and affordability of.