This section provides information on commercial banking, consumer banking, customer relationship management, financial institutions, financial regulation, financial services, governance, investment banking, retail banking, and risk management. Other areas covered include debit, deposit insurance, loans, automated teller services, loan practices, money market accounts, savings accounts, debt financing and capital expenses, and virtual currencies. The section also examines predatory lending, redlining, and federal lending.
Boulder County has an abundant — and growing — supply of banks: Nearly 35 for every 100,000 people, above the national average of 33. But those institutions are still failing to cater to many of the area's low-income residents.