Small Business Investment Company (SBIC) - Explained
What is a Small Business Investment Company?
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Table of ContentsWhat is a Small Business Investment Company (SBIC)?
What is a Small Business Investment Company (SBIC)?
A small business investment company (SBIC) is a privately-owned investment company that offers provide equity, loans, or other debt investments for small businesses. SBICs are able to borrower money from the federal government (secured by the Small Business Administration) to then lend to qualifying small businesses.
SBICs offer investment deals between $100,000 to $250,000.
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