Should banks stay in the oil business?

June 4, 2020 Lauren Harrell

American Banker


Lauren Harrell discusses the current market of oil and natural gas lending and whether banks should stay in the oil business with American Banker.

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Lauren Harrell

Lauren Harrell is Head of Commodities for the financial institutions business. She has over 17 years’ experience with financial institutions and has supported clients with interest rate hedging in addition to holding roles within lending, commercial credit and underwriting, financial statement audits/internal controls, funding, liquidity, and ALM/ALCO. Lauren graduated with a BA in Criminal Justice from UNC Wilmington and received an MBA in Finance from Gonzaga University. She is a graduate of the ABA Stonier Graduate School of Banking, holds her CPA license and is a CFA Charterholder

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