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Old 03-02-2009, 09:11 PM
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Post Alliance & Leicester to increase SME lending

Alliance & Leicester (A&L) has announced plans to increase lending to small business (SME) customers by more than 25% this year.Increased lending will “help customers to stabilise their business finances,” the bank said.The announcement follows a 49% increase in small business lending by the Santander-owned bank during 2008; in the past three years A&L has [...]

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Default Re: Alliance & Leicester to increase SME lending

they were bought by santander, thus they have money to lend.
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