Banks compete for corporate business

05/8/2013 | CFO.com

Banks are easing terms for corporate borrowers and, in some cases, lowering spreads to attract business, according to a Federal Reserve survey of senior loan officers. An improved economic forecast and a desire to stay competitive against other lenders are among respondents' reasons.

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