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Business loan guarantee scheme (Garantie ondernemingsfinanciering (GO))

Business loan guarantee scheme (Garantie ondernemingsfinanciering (GO

Business loan guarantee scheme (Garantie ondernemingsfinanciering (GO))

16.04.2020 NL law

Under the Business Loan Guarantee Scheme (Garantie Ondernemingsfinanciering, GO) (the "GO-scheme") the Dutch State guarantees up to 50% (recently updated to 90% as part of coronavirus measures) of the principal amount of eligible facilities made available to large and medium-sized companies in the Netherlands by participating lenders

Our Banking and Finance department prepared a whitepaper clarifying the scheme, outlining the conditions for companies and banks and explaining the application process. 

Click on the image to download the whitepaper.  

The Business Loan Guarantee Scheme (Garantie Ondernemingsfinanciering, GO)

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