This month's special topic:
Member Business Loans (MBLs) and Commercial Lending
Credit unions have been an important source of credit for American consumers since the Great Depression—often willing to lend when the banks would not. More recently, as the economy struggled to recover from the 2007-2010 Great Recession, credit unions acted as a key source of credit for small businesses. Once more, credit unions were willing to lend when banks would not.
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