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 NEW

Financing support to meet business needs at every stage of growth.

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: 04 Apr 2019