Monthly Archives: April 2020

COVID-19 & CREDIT REPORTING: SUPPRESSION IS NOT THE SOLUTION

April 21, 2020 Durham, NC There remains tremendous uncertainty surrounding the global COVID-19 pandemic as a health care crisis. There is also uncertainty about the economic collateral damage being caused by the pandemic—primarily around the slope of the economic recovery curve (will the curve be “V-,” “U-,” or “L-shaped?”). Whatever recovery trajectory different affected economies ultimately […]

ENSURING THE SMALL BUSINESS PAYCHECK PROTECTION PROGRAM WORKS: LESSONS LEARNED FROM GULF COAST SMES POST-KATRINA

The following discusses the need to ensure that the Small Business Paycheck Protection Program works by using lessons learned from Gulf Coast SME recovery post-Katrina; April 6th, 2020 The COVID-19 pandemic is first and foremost a health crisis. The responses needed to stymie the rate of infections is producing an economic crisis, devastating small businesses, […]