CHRIS WHALEN: Hi, I’m Chris Whalen, Chairman of Whalen Global Advisors. I’m an investment banker and author. I work with banks, non-bank, financial institutions, mortgage banks, helping them raise money to finance operations. I also do some M&A and work on really strange mortgage assets with my friends at Ginnie Mae. So, that’s how I
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♪ [music] ♪ [Alex] Some people want to save and invest; others want to borrow. Sometimes these people — they interact directly — say, you borrow money from your parents. But typically, savers and borrowers — they don’t even know one another. So a variety of institutions act as bridges to link savers to borrowers.
a common question I receive quite often when we're looking at the velocity banking concept is does velocity banking hurt the banks right because one might think well if I'm paying less in interest overall then less money's going to the banks and then zel if more and more people find out about your channel
hello class how you doing it's a wonderful day out in this scenario we are going to use velocity banking inside of an insurance policy okay and what I'd like all of my students to do especially through someone that filled out a form that means you took the means you took action you want