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Mr. Alex Horowitz

Research Manager

The Pew Charitable Trusts

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The Pew Charitable Trusts

2005 Market Street , Suite 1700

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103

United States

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The Pew Charitable Trusts (http://www.pewtrusts.org) is driven by the power of knowledge to solve today's most challenging problems. ... more

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Employment History

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Peter D. Hart Research Associates , Inc.

Media Relations Coordinator
Florida Marlins

Education

bachelor's degree
sociology
Harvard University

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Google to ban payday lending ads, calling industry 'harmful' - EastBayTimes.com

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Two-thirds of the revenue and loans generated in the industry is done at brick-and-mortar shops, as opposed to online payday loans, said Alex Horowitz, an expert on the payday lending industry at Pew.

"I wouldn't say it's a drop in the bucket, but there's a large part of the industry that will remain unaffected," he said.


What Will Come After Payday Lending? - The Atlantic

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Alex Horowitz, a research manager at the Pew Charitable Trusts, says that on average, two-thirds of the fees payday lenders collect are spent just keeping the lights on. The average storefront serves only 500 customers a year, and employee turnover is ridiculously high. For instance, QC Holdings, a publicly traded nationwide lender, reported that it had to replace approximately 65 percent of its branch-level employees in 2014. "The profits are not extraordinary," Horowitz says.

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"There's been a debate for 20 years about whether to allow payday lending or not," says Pew's Alex Horowitz.


The Credit Line | Prepaid Debit Cards May Augment Bank Accounts

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While that might seem counterintuitive, such consumers use the cards to help manage their money and stick to a budget, said Alex Horowitz, a Pew research manager, in a call about the findings.

In a telephone survey of 613 adults who use prepaid cards at least once a month, 59 percent said they also had a checking account - and those almost always come with a debit card. The finding suggests that many people see the prepaid cards as complementing traditional bank accounts. "They use them to gain control over their finances," Mr. Horowitz said.


AFSA: Speakers

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Alex Horowitz

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Alex Horowitz
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Alex Horowitz Research Manager, Small Loans The Pew Charitable Trusts
Alex Horowitz is the research officer for Pew's Safe Small-Dollar Loans Research Project, an initiative that studies the needs, experiences, and motivations of borrowers of payday loan, auto-title loan, and other small-credit products. Horowitz manages a series of surveys, experiments, and analyses that are designed to identify and illuminate the benefits and dangers of small-credit products and to examine the impacts of market practices and potential regulations. The project's research has been featured in hundreds of media stories and is cited frequently by federal, state, and local policymakers. Prior to joining Pew, Horowitz worked at a polling firm, Hart Research, conducting strategic opinion research for clients in the private, public, and nonprofit sectors. His previous work was in media relations, baseball information, and communications for the Florida Marlins and Cincinnati Reds. Horowitz holds a bachelor's degree in sociology from Harvard University.


AFSA: Speakers

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Alex Horowitz

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Alex Horowitz
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Alex Horowitz Research Manager, Small Loans The Pew Charitable Trusts
Alex Horowitz is the research officer for Pew's Safe Small-Dollar Loans Research Project, an initiative that studies the needs, experiences, and motivations of borrowers of payday loan, auto-title loan, and other small-credit products. Horowitz manages a series of surveys, experiments, and analyses that are designed to identify and illuminate the benefits and dangers of small-credit products and to examine the impacts of market practices and potential regulations. The project's research has been featured in hundreds of media stories and is cited frequently by federal, state, and local policymakers. Prior to joining Pew, Horowitz worked at a polling firm, Hart Research, conducting strategic opinion research for clients in the private, public, and nonprofit sectors. His previous work was in media relations, baseball information, and communications for the Florida Marlins and Cincinnati Reds. Horowitz holds a bachelor's degree in sociology from Harvard University.

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