SBFI Tracks Lending Performance Data
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SBFI tracks various components of business lending results and lender performance through published statistics aggregated through government resources, market intelligence and lender surveys.
This information is garnered from public data and industry sources, and assembled with context provided by experienced commercial lenders so to provide meaningful feedback to the industry and offer visual trending information. In addition, with collaborative partners, commercial lenders are directly consulted periodically to get information from the front lines of business lending on a range of issues to those delivering capital to small business concerns.
Visit this page frequently as we continue to build more analytics and long term perspective of how well our industry is meeting the needs of small business concerns with the flow of capital. This information can provide insight to your organization to help shape marketing strategies, business lending practices and increase your efficiency in the job of delivering capital to the market.
To meet our mission to foster a stronger, more profitable and responsive small business capital marketplace through better information, training, and mobility for individual commercial lenders, we assemble and maintain a comprehensive survey of commercial lending performance information.
The Small Business Finance Institute was founded on the premise of providing sound, germane and principled information and resources to support and promote the commercial lending sector and its participants. We advocate distribution of credit capital in a prudent, responsible manner that utilizes time-tested, regulatory compliant practices, which inures to the benefit of all stakeholders.
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