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CUBG President/CEO Larry Middleman has seen recessions and go-go lending days. He advises sticking to “good fundamentals and sound lending principles.”

PORTLAND, Ore. — During a recent afternoon session on working with government agency loan programs, as two speakers acknowledged that there can be a corn maze of forms, deadlines and updates, someone in the back of the room felt compelled to interrupt.

“Your SBA updates are better than those on the SBA website,” said a woman attending the session during the CU Business Group LLC’s National Business Services Conference last week in Portland.

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