Get Paid, Reduce Risk: Export Financing Programs of the US Small Business Administration (SBA)
A webinar by the International Trade Club of Chicago
Michael Fazio, US Small Business Administration
Most U.S. banks view loans for exporters as risky. This makes it difficult for small businesses to get loans for essential needs such as day-to-day operations, advance orders with suppliers, and refinancing existing debts. The SBA has programs that provide lenders with up to a 90 percent guaranty on export loans, that enable small businesses to expand their facilities and that increase exports from their large US original equipment manufacturer exporting customers.
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