16 December 2016: The SBCI has obtained a further €450 million in funding to facilitate the growing demand for SBCI loans and bring its current funding capacity from its original €800 million to €1.25 billion.
Low cost loans will be available this week through AIB, Bank of Ireland and Ulster Bank.
Government Launches €330m Scheme to help SMEs, farmers and fishers respond to Brexit. Low-cost loans between €25,000 and €1.5 million available
1 March 2017: The Strategic Banking Corporation of Ireland (SBCI) today published a progress update for 2016 which shows that more than 12,500 SMEs have now drawn down €544 million in lower cost SBCI loans.
The SBCI has published its annual report and accounts for 2016
The €300m Brexit Loan Scheme, which was launched by the Irish Government last week will be a highly effective support for businesses.
The Strategic Banking Corporation of Ireland (SBCI), Ireland’s national promotional institution for low-cost flexible funding for SMEs, has today published a 2018 progress update and its 2017 annual report and accounts.
SBCI seeks lending partners for new €300 million Future Growth Loan Scheme
The Strategic Banking Corporation of Ireland (SBCI), Ireland’s national promotional institution for low-cost flexible funding for SMEs, has today published a 2019 progress update and its 2018 annual report and accounts.
21 January 2019: The Strategic Banking Corporation of Ireland (SBCI) has issued an open call inviting banks and other lenders to take part in the Future Growth Loan Scheme, which is being developed by the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment (DETE) and the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine (DAFM) in partnership with the Department of Finance, the European Investment Bank Group (EIB) and the SBCI.
A long-term, lower-cost loan scheme for SMEs and small mid-caps or SMEs involved in agriculture or fishing.
SBCI seeks lending partners for new €300 million Brexit Loan Scheme
CUDA and ILCU Groups ready to lend to Irish SMEs
KBC Bank Ireland is now accepting applications for Future Growth Loan Scheme Fund. The SBCI is delighted to announce that KBC Bank has confirmed its participation in the Government of Ireland’s ‘Future Growth Loan Scheme’. The scheme, which will see the roll out of an overall fund of €300 million delivered by the SBCI and supported by the European Investment Fund, is available to businesses that meet SBCI eligibility.
29 November 2016: The Strategic Banking Corporation of Ireland (SBCI) and FEXCO Asset Finance today announce a new funding package of €70 million that will allow Irish SMEs to borrow at a lower cost for specialist equipment and vehicles.
A medium-term, lower cost scheme to fund working capital and investments for businesses, including primary producers, impacted by Brexit and Covid-19.
The SBCI has published its Annual Report and Accounts for 2020.
Amendment to the Open Call for expression of interest to deliver the Brexit Impact Loan Scheme
Supports available to help businesses through uncertain times
The SBCI is delighted to announce that, from today, Ulster Bank is accepting loan applications for the Irish Government’s ‘Future Growth Loan Scheme,’ a €300 million loan scheme delivered by the Strategic Banking Corporation of Ireland (SBCI).
Permanent TSB is the 5th bank to join the €800m Future Growth Loan Scheme and becomes the SBCI’s 12th on-lending partner
Future Growth Loan Scheme aims to support SME's and agricultural investments.
The European Investment Fund (EIF) and the Strategic Banking Corporation of Ireland (SBCI) have signed the first COSME agreement in Ireland.
The Covid-19 Credit Guarantee Scheme is designed to assist businesses, including Primary producers, impacted by Covid-19 to access credit.
STRATEGIC BANKING CORPORATION OF IRELAND TOP-UP COVID-19 WORKING CAPITAL SCHEME NOTICE ACCOMPANYING UPDATED OPEN CALL FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST PUBLISHED ON 5 JUNE 2020
A working capital facility that provides flexible finance, which can grow in line with your own sales growth.
The SBCI and Fexco Asset Finance announce €40m extension to SME lending partnership
2017 was a transformative year for the Strategic Banking Corporation of Ireland (SBCI).