Copy Obama and help small lenders

March 2009
Mortgage Strategy;3/30/2009, p17
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the views of Alan Cleary, managing director of Exact over President Barack Obama' initiative in helping U.S. financial services industry recovery and its impact in Great Britain. Cleary has cited the trillion-dollar pledge of President Obama would help banks increase its financial assets and reduce those considered bad loans. He suggests government to explore the key role of lenders play in ensuring taxpayers revenue and bank cash flow improvement.


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