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Louisiana Bankers Association Expands Relationship with D+H

April 26, 2017

The Louisiana Bankers Association (LBA) recently expanded its endorsement of D+H products to include its comprehensive solutions for consumer and commercial loans – Total Lending – and for mortgage lending – Mortgagebot.

The endorsement is designed to give LBA members improved access to these solutions, offering them complete, intuitive, single-vendor platforms that can increase transparency and efficiencies at their firms. The move comes as financial institutions face increased competition from alternative lenders that, shorn of multiple business lines and branches, can create fast, efficient, compelling experiences for borrowers online.

We had a chance to speak to Ginger Laurent, Chief Operating Officer of the LBA and a veteran banker, about the reason why the organization expanded its endorsement of D+H solutions. We also had a chance to discuss the trends now shaping banking, as well as the issues that were keeping her membership up at night.

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Want to learn more about best practices in technology and operations and how they can be leveraged to build deeper relationships with borrowers? Hear our recent Lending on Call podcast: Being Fast Is Not Enough, with Dan Putney

Learn more about D+H’s Total Lending and Mortgagebot solutions.


David Zweifler
Leader, Content Marketing - Global Lending Solutions

David Zweifler leads communications for the Global Lending Solutions (GLS) division of D+H, and has more than 20 years of experience in content marketing. David’s career has taken him to Asia and back, and spanned equity research, journalism, and corporate communications. For the last decade, David has worked in-house in financial technology firms ranging from startups to global, publicly listed firms. When David isn’t podcasting, blogging, and talking to reporters, he enjoys cycling, reading, and being outsmarted by his three children.

David Zweifler