Secondary Market Lending Authority Program

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The Small Business Administration, also more commonly referred to as SBA, is the United States government's agency that is primarily in charge of offering and providing support to the country's entrepreneurs and small businesses.

The Small Business Administration efforts are all geared towards the realization of its mission, which is to strengthen and maintain the country's economy by way of enabling the development and viability of small business establishments by providing assistance in the economic recovery of communities after they have suffered from disasters.

In line with this mission, the Small Business Administration has constituted the Secondary Market Lending Authority program, one which aims to provide liquidity for the secondary market, thereby ultimately encouraging new lending opportunities from banks of Small Business Administration guaranteed loans.   (continued...)

Secondary Market Lending Authority Program
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