Whether you are planning to develop new capabilities, create new products or expand your business footprint overseas, having access to the right financing is crucial to realise your growth ambitions.
With effect from 29 Oct 2019, Enterprise Singapore’s existing financing schemes will be streamlined into one umbrella scheme known as the Enterprise Financing Scheme (EFS). EFS will enable Singapore enterprises to access financing more readily throughout their various stages of growth.
It covers seven areas to address enterprises’ financing needs. Enterprise Singapore will share the loan default risk in the event of enterprise insolvency with the Participating Financial Institutions.
More information on the schemes can be found in the individual pages.
A higher risk share will be considered for the following:
In light of COVID-19, the food & beverage, retail and tourism establishments are required to comply with the Safe Distancing measures to be eligible for EFS. For more information, please click here.
Here is the list of Participating Financial Institutions (PFIs) and the loans they offer under EFS.
To qualify for the EFS, you need to:
For “SME Working Capital” and “SME Fixed Assets”, the SME definition refers to Group revenue of up to S$100 million or maximum employment of 200 employees.