Small business loans – a new lending landscape

June 3, 2013 by admin

Financial institutions are revisiting their policies and thresholds for lending to small businesses and are slowly loosening restrictions. In a recent survey by the Federal Reserve Board, 9.2 percent of senior loan officers said they have “somewhat” eased their standards for lending to small firms and provided commercial borrowers more leeway, in the form of slightly bigger credit lines and longer maturity terms.

Source: CFO eBook, Lending in Limbo

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