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Small Business Lending Index December 2017

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As per the month of December 2016, Big banks increased 23.9% of small business funding requests, up from 23.7% in November 2016.

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Small Business Lending Index December 2017

  1. 1. yearly comparison 58.6% 60.7% MONTHLY comparison 58.6% 59.2% NOV’16DEC’15 DEC’16 yearly comparison 48.9% 49.1% 23.9% 22.9% yearly comparison MONTHLY comparison 23.9%23.7% 63.3% 63.4%63.4% 62.5% Small Biz Loan Approval Rates Reach New Heights at Big Banks and Institutional Lenders as 2016 Ends DECEMBER 2016Small Business Lending Index According to the Biz2Credit Small Business Lending IndexTM , a monthly analysis of more than 1,000 loan applications on Biz2Credit.com Loan approval rates at big banks ($10 billion+ in assets) and institutional lenders finished the year strong, improving to post-recession highs in December 2016, according to the most recent Biz2Credit Small Business Lending Index™, the monthly analysis of more than 1,000 small business loan applications on Biz2Credit.com. Small banks also saw an increase in the approval rates of funding requests last month. However, alternative lenders and credit unions continued their downward spiral in loan approval rates, a disconcerting trend that spans over two years. About the Biz2Credit Small Business Lending IndexTM Biz2Credit analyzed loan requests ranging from $25,000 to $3 million from companies in business more than two years with an average credit score above 680. Unlike other surveys, the results are based on primary data submitted by more than 1,000 small business owners who applied for funding on Biz2Credit's online lending platform, which connects business borrowers and lenders. TM Loan Approvals at Small banks Approval percentages at small banks improved to 48.9% last month, up one-tenth of a percent from November. Loan approval rates throughout the year had been relatively stagnant, but there are some encouraging signs for 2017. “The expectations are that the corporate tax rate will be reduced in the near future. This will result in more requests for investment,” said Arora. “I expect global investors who seek to high yields on investments will become increasingly active among the institutional lenders making small business loans.” - Biz2Credit CEO Rohit Arora “ Loan Approvals at Institutional Lenders Institutional lenders extended their surge in loan approval rates for the sixth consecutive month as approvals of funding requests improved to 63.4% in December 2016. This marks a new Index high. Loan Approvals at Big banks Small business loan approval rates at big banks jumped to 23.9% in December, up two-tenths of a percent from November. It marked the fifth consecutive month of increases for this category of lenders. Further, loan approval rates at big banks in 2016 increased by one full percentage point in a year-to-year comparison. MONTHLY comparison 48.9%48.8% yearly comparison MONTHLY comparison DEC’16NOV’16 Credit union approvals Loan approval rates at credit unions dropped to a new Index low of 40.9% in December. yearly comparison 40.9% 42.3% MONTHLY comparison 40.9%41.1% DEC’15 DEC’16 Small business loan approvals by Alternative lenders Loan approval rates dropped significantly at alternative lenders in December, as they approved only 58.6% of the funding requests they received, down six-tenths of a percent in a month-to-month comparison. “The demise of CAN Capital, one of the most largest players in alternative lending, has shaken up the category,” Arora explained. “CAN Capital is not currently lending, and other, smaller alternative lending companies are going out of business. They simply cannot compete in the market." "As banks and institutional investors continue to invest in technology to streamline lending, alternative lenders are losing their competitive advantage, which allowed them to charge borrowers higher interest rates," Arora added. "We will see more consolidation in this space in 2017.” - Biz2Credit CEO Rohit Arora “ “The combination of an improving economy and the expected deregulation of the financial sector when Donald Trump takes office has provided banks with optimism. This has resulted in higher loan approval rates in recent months,” said Biz2Credit CEO Rohit Arora. “After a slow start to the year, banks aggressively worked on closing deals to bump up their end-of-the-year targets.” - Biz2Credit CEO Rohit Arora “ “Perhaps the biggest benefactors in the upcoming Trump Administration are small banks, which have been held back by regulations under Obama,” explained Arora, one of the nation’s leading experts in small business finance. “Reduced regulation will allow community lenders to approve loans more naturally.” - Biz2Credit CEO Rohit Arora “ "As credit unions continue to falter, they are becoming something of a forgotten option for small business borrowers,” Arora says. “The loan approval process has evolved considerably in the last few years, and credit unions have not done enough to keep up with the times. Borrowers opting for loans at other types of lenders.” - Biz2Credit CEO Rohit Arora “ DEC’16NOV’16DEC’15 DEC’16 DEC’16NOV’16DEC’15 DEC’16 DEC’16NOV’16DEC’15 DEC’16 DEC’16