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Being able to support the job growth of Texas is an enormous opportunity for Cadence Bank, and Jyoti's global structure made it a perfect candidate for the Export Working Capital Program, which issues standby Letters of Credit and guarantees sufficient working capital," said M.
Leaders with the Export-Import Bank of the United States, which also participates in the program, said Banner Bank's familiarity with the Pacific Northwest and its "demonstrated strength in [Small Business Administration] lending and its preferred lender status in the SBA's Export Working Capital Program," would enhance the capabilities of the Global Solutions Program.
The Export Working Capital Program offers financing up to $5 million as a credit enhancement.
The event will feature panel discussions on a new initiative to encourage lenders to provide financing to exporters in their communities, to loan program changes that affect all SBA lenders, tips, insights and FAQs from experienced Preferred Lender Program lenders for the Export Working Capital Program.
Kwaplah has met all the terms of its loan, Mahn says, and last year asked to increase its credit limit to the full $2 million allowed under the Export Working Capital Program guarantees.
SBA LowDoc offering borrowers up to $150,000 and a 48-hour turnaround time -- Caplines - a short-term revolving line, seasonal line or contract line of credit -- An export working capital program -- Term loans for equipment and real estate
SunTrust's SBA Export Working Capital program provides loans to small business exporters seeking short-term working capital to fund direct export costs.
Hibernia's role in helping businesses obtain loans through the Small Business Administration's Export Working Capital Program was a key factor in being chosen for the award, said Michael R.