A Conversation About Credit Risk

Brian Love, TTG’s Head of Depository Search, and Brett Rabatin, TTG’s Head of Strategy, spoke with Jim Costa, TCF Financial’s CRO/CCO. The three spoke about credit risk and how the downturn spurned by the coronavirus has affected the industry.

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