Insurance is generally sold “direct” by insurance companies’ paid employees or sold via agents/brokers also known as third party distributors. The economics of an agent/broker are very attractive. They charge a commission/fee for their services (typically a percentage of the premiums) and do not...Read More
In part one of our blog series Why the Rally in Bank Stocks Can Continue, we discussed the improving clarity on loan losses and reserve levels, and we began examining the potential for cost saves. This week, we continue where we left off.
Another way we expect banks to capitalize on...Read More
We recently published a blog entitled Banks in 2008 Versus 2020: This Time Part of the Solution, in which we contrasted the role banks played in the Global Financial Crisis versus the COVID-19 pandemic. We view banks as part of the COVID solution, evidenced by facilitation of the PPP program....Read More
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