A small-business banker pulls back the curtain

06/30/2011 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Bankers often appear vague and evasive when talking about their standards for approving a small-business loan, so Jay Goltz sought out some specific guidelines from his own lender. Matt Sloan of American Chartered Bank says he likes a debt-to-equity ratio no higher than 4-to-1, while he looks for cash flow "at least 20% more than the debt payment."

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