Mirador at the Barlow Business Banking Conference

Mirador will be attending, sponsoring, and speaking at the 15th annual Business Banking Conference May 21st – May 22nd, hosted by Barlow Research Associates, Inc. This gathering will bring together Bank and FinTech thought leaders from all over the country to discuss the opportunities and challenges in serving the financial needs of small business and middle […]

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New White Paper: Surviving the Digital Revolution

There is increasing pressure on traditional lenders to create a better borrower experience, one that is simple, fast and digital. Alternative lenders with customer-centric business models are making a real impact in this space. They understand the importance of removing friction from the customer journey. For banks, credit unions and other traditional lenders that want to survive […]

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Mirador is a 2018 LendIt Top Small Business Lending Platform Finalist

Mirador is a 2018 LendIt Fintech Industry Awards Finalist Industry leaders have recognized Mirador’s powerful small business lending platform as an outstanding achievement in financial services innovation. LendIt Fintech, the world’s leading event in financial services innovation, announced today that they have selected Mirador as a finalist in the Top Small Business Lending Platform category […]

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KBW 2018 Conference Recap

Mirador Discusses Digital Lending at KBW Winter Financial Services Conference How are banks approaching digital lending? How is the importance of customer experience changing the financial industry? What trends are we seeing in credit? How do Fintech partnerships operate from a regulatory perspective? These are some of the questions Rich Heller, VP of Business Development […]

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December Banking Technology Update: Supporting Underbanked Populations

There are millions of Americans that do not have a bank account and/or have little to no participation in the formal financial system. According to a survey conducted by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), “approximately 15.6 million adults were ‘unbanked’ in 2015.” An additional 51.1 million adults were considered to be “underbanked,” meaning they […]

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