automated underwriting gets more automated

Adams, John
October 2003
Bank Technology News;Oct2003, Vol. 16 Issue 10, p40
Trade Publication
Reports on the innovation done by financial services firms on automated underwriting in the U.S. to ensure that the loans that were previously approved will be properly tracked down and that full liability will be guaranteed. Upgrade on the automated credit-scoring program utilized by establishments operating a small lending business in order to ensure efficiency and speed up delivery of service; Benefits brought forth by the upgrade in the automated underwriting technology; Impact of the upgrade on the processing and approval of loans.


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