Leesburg, OH (PressExposure) June 10, 2009 -- The Working Capital Journal published by AEX Commercial Financing Group has created a new special section devoted to ongoing coverage of recent changes which will impact commercial finance funding throughout the United States. AEX plans to analyze business lending actions and periodically update their findings in The Working Capital Journal in order to alert business owners about the substantial future changes which are expected for most commercial mortgage loans and working capital financing.
According to Stephen Bush, Founder and Chief Executive Officer for AEX Commercial Financing Group, "We continue to project that the rapidly-changing environment for commercial finance funding and working capital loans throughout the United States will involve a series of new but avoidable problems for business owners. AEX plans to continue their prominent business finance funding role in helping commercial borrowers to understand what is happening and what to do about it. For example, we will be highlighting the most questionable commercial lending practices in The Working Capital Journal."
In order to provide a representative portrait of shifting lender practices, AEX is requesting that business owners and their advisors contact them to report commercial lender experiences which might be of interest to commercial borrowers throughout the United States. For other recent business financing comments by AEX, please refer to the Working Capital Journal. Business owners and their advisors are encouraged to contact Stephen Bush at AEX Commercial Financing Group for more details or to obtain working capital management help.