Lenders this week objected to a government proposal that would prevent them from selling entire loans backed by the Small Business Administration.

A 1996 law instructed SBA to craft a rule that lets banks securitize the unguaranteed portion of 7(a) program loans to small businesses. Nonbanks have been permitted since 1992 to sell the 25% of these loans not backed by SBA.

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