Funding Sources Archive

Sustainable Logistic Development Program (SLDP) Road Roro Terminal System (RRTS)

Program Title: Sustainable Logistic Development Program (SLDP) Road Roro Terminal System (RRTS) Program Description: DBP’s Sustainable Logistics Development Program (SLDP) identified 49 connections within the Road RORO Terminal System (RRTS). While more than half of the connections are already operational, the rest have remained without service. DBP recognizes the need to support the capital infrastructure [&hellip

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SSS Loans for your Startup Business

How to avail SSS loan for your startup business? What is the Business Development Loan Facility? The Business Development Loan Facility is a lending facility of the Social Security System (SSS) designed to contribute to the nation’s economic growth and development by providing financial assistance to the business sector for the purpose of increasing productivity [&hellip

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Retail Lending for Micro and Small Enterprises

DEVELOPMENT BANK OF THE PHILIPPINES (DBP) Head Office: Sen. Gil J. Puyat Avenue, cor. Makati Avenue, Makati City Program Title: RETAIL LENDING FOR MICRO AND SMALL ENTERPRISES Program Objectives: – To enhance micro and small enterprises’ access to credit through a simplified procedure and shorter turn around time. – To improve the DBP’s role in [&hellip

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Small and Medium Enterprise Credit Program (SMEC)

Small and Medium Enterprise Credit Program (SMEC) Program Goal: To contribute to poverty reduction by providing micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) with access to financing and business development services to enable them to grow, generate jobs and provide income opportunities for men and women. Program Objectives: – Increase MSME and microfinance loan portfolio of [&hellip

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Domestic Trade Financing

Program Title: Domestic Trade Financing Program Objective: To provide working capital for local trade transactions. Eligible Borrowers: * Manufacturers, traders of various industry sectors Loan Purpose: working capital Terms/Requirements: Loan Amount: Up to 80% of Domestic Letter of Credit (DLC), confirmed Purchase Order (PO) or Sales Confirmation (SC), subject to the Bank’s credit risk rating. [&hellip

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List of Microfinance Institutions that Provide Financial Support

Here is a list of Microfinance institutions, Banks, Coops and NGOs that provide financial support to livelihood projects of private individuals and organized groups. Provinces MFIs, Banks, Coops & NGOs Address Contact #s Abra Rangtay sa Pagrang-ay, Inc. DZPA Bldg., cor. Zamora and (074) 752.7776   Abra Branch Rizal Streets, Bangued, Abra   Hometown Corporation [&hellip

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Funding Sources for Your Business

Money is very important in starting up any kind of business may it be small or big. Money is used as a fund or a capital. One major reason why small businesses fail is because the owner lacked necessary funds. Money is needed for equipments, property and more essentials for your small business. You may [&hellip

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Advantages and Disadvantages of Having a Credit Card

A credit card can be an asset to your lifestyle, but if not handled carefully it can become a liability, especially if you find it so convenient and easy to use that you lose control of your spending. This short guide will help you understand how you can use your credit card so it works [&hellip

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Wholesale Lending Window for Graduating Micros and BMBEs (Small Business Corporation)

SMALL BUSINESS CORPORATION (Small Business Guarantee and Finance Corporation) 17th & 18th Floors, 139 Corporate Centre, Valero Street Salcedo Village, Makati City Program Title: WHOLESALE LENDING WINDOW FOR GRADUATING MICROS AND BMBEs (For All SBC Accredited Financial Institutions) Sub-Borrower Definition: * With asset size of not more than P3.0 Million; and * Total loans inclusive [&hellip

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Livelihood Development Program for Overseas Filipino Workers (LDPO)

Program Title: Livelihood Development Program for Overseas Filipino Workers (LDPO) Program Objective: To help OFWs and their families start or sustain their own business through access to credit, capability building, market linkage and other forms of livelihood or entrepreneurial assistance. Target Clients: * All active and former member-OFWs of the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) [&hellip

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