Take my loan...please

Broni, Paul A.
December 1999
Inc.;Dec99, Vol. 21 Issue 18, p163
Gives pointers on what actions to take when a bank notifies a company that their maturing credit line or loan will not be renewed. Action to take if the notification is received by phone; Negotiation for a short-term credit extension; Banks' reasons for asking a company to find a new bank; Application for a loan at a new bank when the bank's reason for dropping a company is poor financial performance.


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