Economic features of bank lending to small Business hinder the development of this segment of the credit market: – a high proportion and the absolute value of operating (noninterest) expenses in the lending process that is associated with a small size and term of the loan – inability to provide sufficient return on operations due to small in absolute value the bank's interest income – limited or complete lack of legal (and economically feasible) mechanisms reduce credit risk in all phases of lending – the difficulty of refinancing and credit portfolio management, including a large number of various small loans – the limited supply of credit for Small business and the lack of a competitive market credit services. At the level of a particular region all of the above leads to the conservation of relatively high interest rates and the inability to obtain investment credits for a term exceeding 1 year; Small businesses are also not free from problems that make it difficult to obtain bank loans: – opaque and misleading statements, lack of incentives to adequately reflect financial performance reporting – small scale of business a small business, difficult to assess his condition – the poor quality of elaboration of business plans to attract loans – instability legislation, mainly in the area of taxation of small businesses – an insignificant amount of equity and the lack of liquid assets that small businesses could use as collateral for credit – no other security, limited loan programs secured by motor vehicles and real estate – inconsistency profitability of small business size in interest rates on loans to which are added a variety of banking charges – a complex and lengthy procedures for obtaining a bank loan, often exacerbated by inadequate qualifications of the borrower for the proper execution of all necessary documents.