Welcome, Emily Beebe, Office & Talent Manager

Welcome, Emily Beebe! Emily heads up the office and talent departments at Mirador. Culture, recruitment and ensuring all the behind the scenes wheels run smoothly are her purview. A CUNY Hunter College alum, Emily brings with her a wealth of experience in the human resources field with a strong emphasis on hiring and operations. After […]

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Mirador in Chicago at Barlow’s Business Banking Conference

Monday, May 22, CEO and Co-Founder, Trevor Dryer will be presenting a best practices session at Barlow’s Annual Business Banking Conference exploring Leveraging Technology to Increase Customer Engagement and Profitability. Small businesses are the key to this country’s future economic growth. Mirador is the leading front-end small business lending platform and a trusted solution supporting banks […]

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CDFIs Saved By Congress

Despite interest from the Trump White House in ending Treasury funding for CDFIs, the Congress passed a 2017 funding measure that not only continues funding CDFIs, but also boosted the available funds for the federal revolving loan fund used by these entities. The bill passed by Congress was sent to the President and signed into […]

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OpEd Published in BankThink

This article originally appeared in American Banker on April 21, 2017. Link. BankThink: Killing CDFIs would make a bad situation worse for small business By Trevor Dryer Small-business growth and job creation positively impacts the U.S. economy, but a gap exists in small businesses’ access to cost-effective credit, hurting their ability to subsist, much less […]

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The Future of the CFPB

Of all the questions looming after Election Day, for the financial services industry the biggest question of all is:  What happens to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB)? During the campaign, President Donald Trump touted his plans to dismantle Dodd-Frank, but never specifically addressed the CFPB.  Facing a recent court decision questioning the Constitutionality of […]

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Mirador Partners with 2 of Top 13 Microlenders

Mirador is proud to partner with CDC Small Business Finance Corp and NYBDC’s Excelsior Growth Fund. NerdWallet recently listed them among two of of the 13 top sources of nonprofit financing according to the U.S. Small Business Administration and the Aspen Institute. Three of the leaders in nonprofit financing are streamlining the lending process through Mirador’s […]

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Fintech Regulatory Update: December 2016

Fintech innovation operates in an ever-evolving financial regulatory landscape. Regulators are stepping up scrutiny of non-banks, particularly marketplace lenders, even as the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) establishes its mandate and rules. This shifting landscape carries regulatory implications for traditional banks weighing fintech partnerships. In this blog series, Mirador will recap the latest regulatory […]

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The Future is Now: Artificial Intelligence (AI) is Already Disrupting Banking

“AI’s disruption of banking is inevitable–for better or worse.’ So claims a recent column in American Banker. It’s a bold, maybe even alarming statement. But what does it really mean? Artificial intelligence is a branch of computer science aimed at making computers think more like people. In particular, AI aims to make computers learn, so […]

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Fintech Regulatory Updates: October 27, 2016

Fintech innovation operates in an ever-evolving financial regulatory landscape. Regulators are stepping up scrutiny of non-banks, particularly marketplace lenders, even as the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) establishes its mandate and rules. This shifting landscape carries regulatory implications for traditional banks weighing fintech partnerships. In this blog series, Mirador will recap the latest regulatory […]

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