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David W. Lewing says KeyBank is very bullish on lending

The bank is lending across all segments and tends to be very active in chemicals, food, health care and business service companies, Lewing said.

Members Credit Union seeks the underserved in Fairfield County

The Cos Cob-based firm, with nearly $30 million in assets, has been particularly successful at attracting Hispanic customers.

Rooted in Agriculture: Farm Credit East quietly serves financial needs of...

Farm Credit East, a financial cooperative within the Farm Credit System, provides loans to the agricultural business community in the Northeastern states.

Greenworks Lending carves out niche with C-PACE financing

The Darien-based Greenworks Lending focuses on providing capital to commercial property owners seeking to make their buildings more energy efficient.

Ex-investment banker Andrea Sotgiu steers small businesses on way to the...

"Most people start a business, unfortunately, on their own credit cards," said Andrea Sotgiu, CEO of Lavan Financial Group.

Lenders view ailing retail sector with cautious confidence

“There have been a lot of headlines that retail is in free fall and some call it the next Big Short — the 2017 variety of the subprime mortgage market,” said Manus Clancy, managing director at Trepp LLC, a New York City-based provider of commercial mortgage data and analytics.

Bankwell named to list of nation’s best-performing community banks

Bankwell CEO Chris Gruseke told the Business Journal that Bankwell’s inclusion did not strike him as a surprise. “We have one of the cleanest balance sheets in the state, with virtually no losses.”

Small business lending could get boost from Trump-era deregulation

Will campaign pledges of financial services deregulation translate into more loans for smaller businesses?

SBA and Pace host small business lending panel

Business lenders will be available to meet one-on-one with owners and entrepreneurs at the Jan. 26 event in Manhattan.

Connecticut business leaders predict near-term economic stability

However, 28 percent expected the lending climate to grow less favorable in the next three months.

Region passes federal lending exam

Feds target practice known as 'redlining.'

Bank of England, lenders try out ‘correspondent’ model

Bank of England and other lenders are experimenting anew with the “correspondent” business model.

EXP up, but SBA down

In signing off on his Small Business Express program, did Gov. Dannel P. Malloy inadvertently snare business owner signatures destined for SBA loans?

CBIA: Credit conditions weakened

Connecticut’s credit conditions weakened in the second quarter, according to a CBIA survey.

Small business loans drop

Fairfield County’s community banks had 180 fewer small-business loans outstanding as of the second quarter.