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WASHINGTON — A proposal to access examination fees to lenders in the Small Business Administration’s 7(a) loan program could backfire causing some credit unions to think twice about enrolling, NAFCU and CUNA continued to warn.

Under the proposal, lenders would pay the actual costs to SBA of the on-site examinations and reviews and would be allocated off-site review/monitoring costs based on each lender’s proportionate share of loan dollars in the SBA portfolio. The proposed methodology implements a provision of the recently enacted SBA reauthorization for 2007. The agency currently does not charge lenders for examinations and reviews.

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