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Greg Ulankiewicz

Senior Research Analyst

Greg Ulankiewicz develops content for the Raddon Research Insights and Performance Analytics programs, and provides analytical support to strategic advisors at Raddon. He joined Raddon in 2001 as a client manager for the Performance Analytics program. Prior to his current role he was a supervisor for both the bank and credit union Performance Analytics programs, where he managed the delivery channel activity report and the implementations of client checking activity data into Integrator™.

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lending
Wednesday, September 2, 2020
Greg Ulankiewicz

Effective loan application processes help financial institutions capitalize on a greater share of opportunities for new earning assets. More refined pricing models mitigate risk, faster decisioning lowers costs and discovery of potential product sales contributes to the bottom line.

The Future of Lending Can’t Get Here Soon Enough
Wednesday, May 6, 2020
Greg Ulankiewicz

The economic impact of civic shutdowns, business closures and layoffs in response to combating the novel coronavirus places local banks and credit unions at the center of helping to preserve, if not salvage, the financial well-being of their communities.

On March 22, financial industry regulators released an interagency statement encouraging financial institutions to help borrowers and giving leeway on risk classification requirements for certain loan modifications amid COVID-19.

Thursday, June 13, 2019
Greg Ulankiewicz

One of the most confounding developments in retail banking is the impact of technology on the branch channel. Perhaps the latest and clearest example of the industry’s try-anything approach to branching in today’s mobile world is Capital One’s newest concept: the Capital One Café.

Thursday, November 15, 2018
Greg Ulankiewicz

November 24 is Small Business Saturday, so now is a good time to recognize the vital force of small businesses for our nation’s economy. Defined by the Small Business Administration (SBA) as having fewer than 500 paid employees, U.S. small businesses employ almost half (48 percent) of the civilian population. These 5.9 million non-sole-proprietorships also are responsible for 41 cents of every dollar earned by American workers. In essence, 40 percent of consumer spending power is a function of small business employment.