Corporate Lending

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  1. LendingClub Stock Rises 5% on Funding Deals (LC)

    LendingClub has been under pressure since founder Renaud Laplanche was forced to ...
  2. Return on Brokerage Client Assets: A Look at ...

    Revenues and profits in securities brokerage and wealth management are driven by ...
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    Investment banks and microfinance institutions (MFIs) provide similar services, but ...
  1. What would happen to a company's external fund requirements if it reduces the payout ...

    In short, the stronger the company's internal cash flow, and in turn cash position, the less the need to draw on an external ...
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