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Banking & Finance
Private equity, lenders, investments, credit unions and financial planning
Grand Rapids is known for philanthropy and giving back to the community. Read More
They are not subject to the legal limits on loan interest rates in Michigan.
The so-called payday lenders in Michigan are subject to state law and regulated by the Michigan Department of Insurance and Financial Services, but they are not subject to the legal maximum interest rates established by state law. Read More
Approximately 17,500 in Michigan borrowed from the online lender at interest as high as 300 percent.
Michigan’s Department of Insurance and Financial Services is asking the Michigan Credit Union League and other trade associations in the Michigan financial sector to help make sure their members know about refunds that may be due them from Western Sky Financial LLC. Read More
Internet, mobile apps are triggering changes at banks and credit unions.
Fifth Third Bancorp in Cincinnati has announced it will move forward on its “expected” changes to its branch network — namely, the consolidation or sale of about 100 branches, as well as the sale of about 30 properties it had purchased previously for future branch expansion. Read More
Two Grand Rapids real estate projects that will result in more than 30 jobs have been approved by the Michigan Strategic Fund. Read More