CornerStone Education Loan Services Overview

CornerStone Education Loan Services was once a major loan manager for the US Department of Education. But in 2020, the company suddenly canceled its contract with the Education Ministry, leaving 1 million borrowers in limbo. If you had a CornerStone loan, here’s what you can expect when transferring. What happened …

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Antun Welcomes Small Business Program | Queenswide

Antun’s of Queens Village, an event space, hosted small business owners last week for a restaurant and hospitality recommendation program hosted by Ree Brinn and the National Small Business Chamber of Commerce. “We make sure these businesses thrive, and if we don’t work together, it won’t happen,” said Brinn, a …

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OpenClose brings non-QM guidelines and pricing improvements to PPE

Open close, a mortgage fintech and omnichannel loan creation system, has enhanced its DecisionAssist product and pricing engine to accommodate non-agency and non-QM custom loan programs. The improvements extend accurate and instant decision results for non-traditional lending programs, according to a press release. OpenClose has developed new data points and …

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Amex goes beyond cards to appeal to small businesses

American Express wants to bring more of its technologies and services to the small business market to expand its base beyond businesses that only use its payment cards. Small and medium-sized businesses are an important segment for Amex, accounting for 21% of its total global loan mix and 34% of …

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CRIMSON WINE: Discussion and analysis by management of the financial situation and results of interim operations. (form 10-Q)

Statements included in this Report may contain forward-looking statements. See "Cautionary Statement for Forward-Looking Information" below. The following should be read in conjunction with the Management's Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations ("MD&A") and the Company's audited consolidated financial statements for the year ended December 31, …

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