NBC Honored Lead the Broker Division of the SBFA

WASHINGTONMay 11, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — The Small Business Finance Association (SBFA) today announced the launch of a new initiative called the SBFA Broker Council dedicated to bringing together responsible brokers that serve small businesses to focus on creating best practices. The Council is co-chaired by Jared Weitz, founder & CEO of United Capital Source and James Webster, CEO & co-founder of National Business Capital. The mission of the Council will be to create standards and a certification for brokers who agree to best practices focused on four basic principles—transparency, responsibility, fairness, and security.
To read the entire press release from PR Newswire, click here: Announcing the Launch of the SBFA Broker Council

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