by Rajat Sharma
Mar 20, 2009
Download In the wake of the current credit crunch, and the failures of both Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae, banks are worrying more and more about tracking their spending and making ends meet, trying to achieve profitable accounts while at the same time turning around riskier customer ventures. The nation�s banks are increasingly facing the credit crunch due to the sub-prime loan debacle. While financial stability and a surplus economy might be a mere vision of the future, there are still measures that can be taken in order to proactively cut losses and prevent future financial woes.