Leesburg, OH (PressExposure) July 21, 2009 -- AEX Commercial Financing Group has published a Small Business Finance Report focusing on increased malpractice risks for small business loans, merchant cash advances and commercial real estate financing. Malpractice for commercial loans is a concern when there is a serious failure of professional duty, and the AEX Report discusses the primary sources where this is occurring with increasing frequency for business owners. As described in the AEX Report, malpractice can occur with commercial lenders and commercial brokers for several common commercial finance situations.
As noted in the AEX Commercial Financing Group report, a common source of malpractice with working capital loans is currently seen with many agents for merchant cash advance programs. A second example involves residential mortgage brokers which are inexperienced for most complex business financing situations. Another example of malpractice exposure involves specialized forms of SBA loans and commercial mortgage loans.
According to Stephen Bush, Founder and Chief Executive Officer for AEX Commercial Financing Group, "The AEX Small Business Finance Report should be considered essential reading for all prospective commercial borrowers because we have recently witnessed an alarming increase in malpractice exposure for many business financing situations throughout the U.S."
More detailed information is available at AEX websites regarding their commercial loan services. Please contact Stephen Bush at AEX Commercial Financing Group for candid working capital and small business loan advice.