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Bankers Healthcare Group and Fund-Ex Solutions Group Actively Lending to Professionals and Small Businesses Amid COVID-19 Crisis

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BHG Offers 60 Days of No Payments on New Loans; FSG Participates in Upcoming Government-Backed SBA Solutions

As business owners and professionals grapple with the current pandemic crisis, Bankers Healthcare Group, a leading provider of financial solutions for healthcare practitioners and other highly skilled professionals, and its wholly-owned subsidiary Fund-Ex Solutions Group, a non-bank SBA lender, are actively lending.

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“We commend the healthcare practitioners and other professionals who are working long hours to help those in need and protect our communities,” said Al Crawford, Co-Founder, Chairman and CEO of Bankers Healthcare Group. “We want to provide the financing to help individuals and business owners through this crisis and give them peace of mind, so they can focus on what matters most. Both companies are working extended hours, and are focused on bringing solutions to clients, fast and hassle-free.”

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To help borrowers during an already difficult time, BHG is offering no payments for 60 days on all new commercial and consumer loans. BHG’s no-touch lending program enables borrowers to apply for and secure funds without ever leaving their home; the process can be completed online and over the phone, with approval in 24 hours and funding in as few as three days.

FSG is one of just 14 non-bank lenders in the country, offering SBA 7(a) loans to assist small business owners. FSG is prepared to participate in the upcoming government-backed Paycheck Protection Plan (PPP) and other financial assistance programs. The PPP program was created to provide capital to impacted small businesses to meet ongoing expenses for payroll and other obligations. Businesses with less than 500 employees, sole proprietors, independent contractors, and self-employed individuals are eligible.

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