The Woe Of Best Guesses

February 2008
Bank Technology News;Feb2008, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports on the technique used by Sageworks Inc. to assist community bankers in streamlining their credit analysis process in the U.S. Due to subprime crises, some companies are stepping up loan analyses and make decisions based on recent tax documents. Sage uses the input for calculating cash flow against debit service and builds out projections from historical trends thus companies can see the projection and how quickly year-by-year the loans are paid back.


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