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Goldman Sachs-backed CompareAsiaGroup gets new CEO ahead of its second round of funding

CompareAsiaGroup, a consumer finance startup backed by Goldman Sachs, has appointed Sam Allen as its new chief executive officer. Allen previously worked at KKR, where he was a director on the private equity investment firm’s portfolio operations team. 170 more words

TC

Customer Appreciation and Retention

We appreciate our customers’ business and loyalty. Although we spend a lot of time focused on developing and improving our business, our priority is always retaining our current customers through business practices that benefit them. 265 more words

Business

Scams, Victims, and Scammers

Successful fraud requires both a set of skills and a willingness to deliberately target and deceive others. The most successful fraudsters have a capacity to look us in the eye, to engage our trust and then betray it without a qualm. 1,629 more words

Emotion

Improve Business With Consumer Finance Options

Offer Consumer Finance Options to Increase Sales at Your Pet Store

Americans spend $60 billion on their pets every year, and the number keeps going up as dogs, cats and other pets are increasingly considered to be members of the family. 465 more words

The HELPcard

Interview with C Michael Exteriors, Part Two

C Michael Exteriors is a family-owned home improvement contracting business run by Bill and Cyndy Bergmann in Missouri. They have a long history in the industry and are dedicated to running their business the right way. 1,432 more words

Business

Interview with C Michael Exteriors, Part One

C Michael Exteriors is a family-owned home improvement contracting business run by Bill and Cyndy Bergmann in Missouri. They have a long history in the industry and are dedicated to running their business the right way. 1,086 more words

Business

A Legal Battle Brews Over the Power of America’s Consumer Finance Watchdog - By YUKA HAYASHI Jan. 24, 2016 5:33 a.m. ET

Four years after the agency’s creation, debate still rages over its authority

WASHINGTON—In late 2014, an in-house judge for the government’s new consumer-finance watchdog ruled that a New Jersey lender took illegal “kickbacks” from mortgage insurers, boosting costs for borrowers. 334 more words

Point Of Interest