May 3, 2004


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  • There are a lot of articles about starting business lending, but there does not appear to be much going further. Porducts, support, third party vendors for services and a multitude of other matters would be helpful to those who may be starting or who have a newer program.
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  • To "lite" on how to steps & BENEFITS to CU's SMALLER than these GIANTS of entering into member business lending. I really wish you'd included something about micro lending for self-employed people (PCs for medical transcriptionits, for example) as well as typical secured lending (truck for plumbers, home equity to add a commercial kitchen) that just happens tohave a "business" use for the member. In mu experience w/ CUs under $100 mil FAR TOO MANY SHY AWAY from the "b" word & don't give themselves credit for their pre-existing risk management skills for making & collecting small business loans - THUS denying their creditworthy members and DRIVING THEM TO THE BIG BAD BE WORD "BANK."
    Anonymous
     
     
     
  • To "lite" on how to steps & BENEFITS to CU's SMALLER than these GIANTS of entering into member business lending. I really wish you'd included something about micro lending for self-employed people (PCs for medical transcriptionits, for example) as well as typical secured lending (truck for plumbers, home equity to add a commercial kitchen) that just happens tohave a "business" use for the member. In mu experience w/ CUs under $100 mil FAR TOO MANY SHY AWAY from the "b" word & don't give themselves credit for their pre-existing risk management skills for making & collecting small business loans - THUS denying their creditworthy members and DRIVING THEM TO THE BIG BAD BE WORD "BANK."
    Anonymous
     
     
     
  • To "lite" on how to steps & BENEFITS to CU's SMALLER than these GIANTS of entering into member business lending. I really wish you'd included something about micro lending for self-employed people (PCs for medical transcriptionits, for example) as well as typical secured lending (truck for plumbers, home equity to add a commercial kitchen) that just happens tohave a "business" use for the member. In mu experience w/ CUs under $100 mil FAR TOO MANY SHY AWAY from the "b" word & don't give themselves credit for their pre-existing risk management skills for making & collecting small business loans - THUS denying their creditworthy members and DRIVING THEM TO THE BIG BAD BE WORD "BANK."
    Anonymous
     
     
     
 
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