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What’s happening in lending, June 2021

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  • Here are the the ins and outs of how digital is impacting the business of lending as of June 2021.
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What’s happening in lending, June 2021

Tearsheet publishes its bi-weekly newsletter Lending, underlining the important moves and stories in digital lending. Subscribe here.

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Bespoke Financial’s George Mancheril on the challenges in cannabis lending(for Outlier members)

Inside ForwardAI’s quest to bring real-time and forward-looking accounting data to lenders

Drummond Bank introduces AI-powered personal and auto loans with Upstart’s digital lending platform

Build or Buy AI solutions: Zest AI’s Dan Chiazza weighs in

With new APIs, FormFree improves the user experience for borrowers by decreasing wait times by 89 percent

BlueVine comes to the rescue of 300,000 small businesses over two rounds of PPP

The cannabis industry wants traditional lenders


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