Despite what many analysts view as compelling logic, securitization of small-business loans remains meager. Because small-business loans lack the standard characteristics of other, more widely securitized assets, securitization is likely to remain limited.

Ron Feldman, financial specialist in the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis' banking supervision department, sees some growth on the horizon, but says it may not be uniformly positive for banks or for credit availability.

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