Rob Perez told the Statesman in 2014 that he saw risky banking practices returning to the industry as it recovered from the financial crisis. He’s shown above in his office at Northwest Bank headquarters in east Boise. “Banks are making loans that don’t have appropriate equity, real equity,” he said.
Rob Perez told the Statesman in 2014 that he saw risky banking practices returning to the industry as it recovered from the financial crisis. He’s shown above in his office at Northwest Bank headquarters in east Boise. “Banks are making loans that don’t have appropriate equity, real equity,” he said. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com
Rob Perez told the Statesman in 2014 that he saw risky banking practices returning to the industry as it recovered from the financial crisis. He’s shown above in his office at Northwest Bank headquarters in east Boise. “Banks are making loans that don’t have appropriate equity, real equity,” he said. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com