Figures revealed last week also show that, of more than 40 lenders, NatWest and RBS have provided 40% of all loans drawn down under the Enterprise Finance Guarantee (EFG) scheme since 2009.
What does EFG stand for?
EFG stands for Enterprise Finance Guarantee (UK)
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We have 65 other meanings of EFG in our Acronym Attic
- Earth Federation Government (Mobile Suit Gundam)
- Earth Fixed Geocentric
- East Flower Garden Bank (Texas, USA)
- Edge-defined Film-fed Growth
- Education Finance Group (student loans)
- Effingham (Amtrak station code; Effingham, IL)
- Egyptian Financial Group
- Electric Field Gradient
- Electronic Field Gathering
- Enfances, Familles, Générations (French: Childhoods, Families, Generations; journal; Canada)
- Enterprise Framework Group (consulting firm; Breckenridge, CO)
- Entreprise Funéraire Générale (French: General Funeral Company)
- Entscheidungen der Finanzgerichte (German tax court reporter)
- Epic Fail Guy
- Établissement Français des Greffes (French: French Transplant Establishment)
- European Federation of Geologists
- European Financial Group
- European Furniture Group (various locations)
- Evangelische Freie Gemeinde (German: Evangelical Free Church)
- Evil Freakin' Grin (polite form)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Also be aware of any schemes that are available to help you such as the Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme, Enterprise Finance Guarantee Scheme and the Start-up Loans Scheme.
New independent research on the Enterprise Finance Guarantee Scheme (EFG) shows that it has helped over 10,000 businesses access Au1.
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.
Kristian Holt said: "To help with the development and launch costs, we approached Lloyds TSB Commercial and they provided a pounds 50,000 Enterprise Finance Guarantee (EFG) loan.
It was started using a pounds 77,000 Enterprise Finance Guarantee (EFG) loan from Lloyds TSB Commercial.