Revenge of the Financial Intermediary

Jamesson, Michael
September 2007
Banking New York;Fall2007, p8
Trade Publication
The article emphasizes the importance of bank management with credit, proper incentives and regulation to banks. Bank management helps to assess the risk of loan. Metrics on loan performance and loan underwriters can affect incentive payments to bankers. Regulations are used by mortgage bankers to save a company and save bankers from risky credits.


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