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Structuration du pool bancaire de la PME : une revue de la littérature
[Structuring SMEs' banks relationships: a review]

  • Vigneron, Ludovic
  • Hajj Chehade, Hiba

Competition intensification has deeply changed firms’ debt structure by increasing the number of banks from which they borrow at the same time. This paper is a literature review on small businesses banking pool. We examine three questions: What are the characteristics of the pool’s main bank? How many banks must be included in the pool in order to make it more efficient? How the relationships between the main bank and the secondary banks are organized?

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