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RBS has loaned more than PS900million to 9,000 small firms since the Enterprise Finance Guarantee was set up in 2009 to help businesses who would find it hard to get credit.
Said Mr Brook: "Banks will expect to take some form of security and see at least 30% of your own money injected into the proposal - if you do not have security available, enquire about the Enterprise Finance Guarantee Scheme.
Since 2010 the Enterprise Finance Guarantee scheme has seen more than Au100m of loans offered to companies in Scotland and over the past three years the New Enterprise Allowance has helped unemployed Scots create more than 2,500 new businesses.
The UK's minister for business and enterprise, Michael Fallon, has said that he has written to all big banks to find out why the Enterprise Finance Guarantee (EFG) has not been taken up by them, and to name and shame those that do not support the initiative to boost lending in the economy.
Run in partnership with not-for-profit organisation, the Black Country Reinvestment Society, (BCRS) it has now been accredited by the Government to administer its Enterprise Finance Guarantee (EFG) scheme for small and medium sized businesses.
The company secured Government-backed Enterprise Finance Guarantee (EFG) funding for pounds 100,000 along with a European Investment Bank (EIB) loan for pounds 280,000 after approaching Lloyds TSB Commercial for support to purchase the freehold of their premises.
The Enterprise Finance Guarantee (EFG) scheme was announced in November 2008, and was designed to increase the availability of finance for SMEs.
MERSEYSIDE green energy firm Eco Environments has secured pounds 130,000 funding from the Government's Enterprise Finance Guarantee (EFG) scheme to drive growth and support its expansion plans.