Analysis: Other ways officials can promote small-business lending

01/28/2010 | U.S. Banker

Politicians are urging banks to step up lending to small businesses. There are several measures officials could take -- but are not -- to facilitate this, according to U.S. Banker. These include easing capital requirements, using funds from the Troubled Asset Relief Program to make more loans available and rethinking industrial loan companies, the magazine notes.

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