Spring 1997—April 1997 Issue
- A note on this issue - Spring 1997
Credit scoring and small business loans
Credit scoring is the process of assigning a single quantitative measure, or score, to a potential borrower that reflects the borrower's relative chance of going into delinquency or default.
Lending to small firms and small farms
A snapshot of data on the distribution of business loans to farms and firms by the size of the loan.
Changes in Indian Country
A summary of the Native American Housing Assistance and Self-Determination Act of 1996.
Regulators approve CRA strategic plans
The Federal Reserve Board has announced its approval of the first bank strategic plans submitted under the newly revised Community Reinvestment Act regulations.