Find out more about the different loan schemes available for your business financing needs.

 

Bridging Loan for Marine & Offshore Engineering companies (BL-M&OE)

Singapore-based M&OE companies can access working capital to finance their operations and bridge short-term cash flow gaps.

Enterprise Financing Scheme (EFS) ENHANCED

Companies looking for access to financing to grow their businesses can tap on ESG’s Enterprise Financing Scheme (EFS).

Internationalisation Finance Scheme (IFS)

Internationalisation Finance Scheme (IFS) is a programme designed to assist aspiring Singapore-based companies who wish to venture abroad and are in need of financing facility.

Internationalisation Finance Scheme (IFS) - Marine and Offshore Engineering

Singapore-based Marine & Offshore Engineering (M&OE) companies can receive greater funding support through the enhanced Internationalisation Finance Scheme (IFS), to tide over the slowdown in the sector.

Internationalisation Finance Scheme for Non-Recourse (IFS-NR)

Mid-sized Singapore-based companies developing local and regional infrastructure projects can tap the IFS-NR to manage risk.

Loan Insurance Scheme (LIS)

The LIS helps companies secure short-term trade financing by insuring banks against the insolvency risks of borrowers. 

Political Risk Insurance Scheme (PRIS)

The PRIS provides a 50% subsidy on political risk insurance premiums for Singapore-based companies that venture overseas.

SME Equipment and Factory Loan

Companies can access financing of up to S$15 million to purchase equipment, machines or selected factory properties.

SME Micro Loan

Small companies with 10 or fewer employees can access up to S$100,000 through the SME Micro Loan to support your daily operations.

SME Venture Loan

Fast-growing and innovative companies can expand their operations with venture debt financing of up to S$5 million.

SME Working Capital Loan EXTENDED

Companies can get access to unsecured working capital financing of up to S$300,000 to support daily operations.

Trade Credit Insurance Scheme (TCIS)

The TCIS protects companies against cashflow problems arising from situations beyond control such as non-payment from buyers.

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Last Modified Date: 29 Oct 2019