National Association of Government Guaranteed Lenders

The National Association of Government Guaranteed Lenders (NAGGL) serves the government guaranteed lending community, empowering members while meeting their multiple needs. Founded in 1984, NAGGL contributes to its members’ success directly and indirectly by meeting their specific needs and promoting a healthy 7(a) lending industry.

Headquartered in Stillwater, Oklahoma, NAGGL is an advocate for 7(a) lenders and small NAGGLbusinesses using the 7(a) program nationwide; the premier provider of SBA education and events; the provider of unlimited free technical assistance and a go-between with the SBA on tough issues.

Since its foundation, NAGGL has taken seriously its mission to keep the 7(a) program viable, adequately funded, efficient, and available to small business borrowers. It provides a unified voice for over 600 banks, credit unions, and non-depository lenders who participate in the 7(a) business loan program and works with SBA leadership and on Capitol Hill to secure program and legislative changes to stabilize and increase the availability of capital for small businesses.

NAGGL is the industry’s top educational resource. It offers the highest quality training courses, leadership summit, and conferences. It provides three groups of SBA lending training courses to provide SBA lending professionals with opportunities for growth and success within the industry. In addition, NAGGL offers monthly web-based training courses and an annual web-networking event to allow for continuing education minus the travel expense.

Every year, NAGGL hosts an SBA Lending Technical Conference, SBA Lender Leadership Summit and its Annual Conference. NAGGL also offers lender diploma programs for those interested to further their education in the 7(a) lending industry.

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