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Melanie Scarborough

Melanie Scarborough

Melanie Scarborough is a contributing editor for Banking Exchange magazine and She is based in Washington, D.C.. Scarborough was senior editor of Community Banker, where she received the APEX award for feature writing, and a regular contributor to ABA Banking Journal. Melanie previously was an associate editor of the Richmond Times-Dispatch in Richmond, Va., and a monthly columnist for the Washington Post.

Washington’s reg reform fumble confuses lenders and brakes bank mortgage flow
You won’t prevent breaches. So minimize the risk, exposure, and damage
CFPB doesn't like marketing services agreements˜period. Until the courts decide, be very careful
MBA Convention coverage: Did “skin in the game” have an impact?
MBA Convention coverage: You’d better “own” vendors, because to regulators, they are you
Human capital is key. Large and small banks share their best practices
Banks that stayed in have done well, but the competition is hot again
Bad math, when downpayment = $10,000 and funds on hand = $2,000
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