The beneficiary SMEs of the Enisa Lines – who have loans between €25,000 and €1,500,000 aimed at entrepreneurs and SMEs, with no sureties and guarantees other than those of the business project itself – will have preferential access to the financing offered by BBVA.
Begoña Cristeto stressed the importance of deepening collaboration between public and private entities with common interests and goals to achieve more and better business projects and give them the financial boost they need to create value, wealth and jobs.
The BBVA wants to increase its commitment to the business fabric and the creation and consolidation of jobs – said Antonio Uguina – for which it is necessary “to support the economic recovery, to provide credit for a solvent demand and to make an active contribution to innovative projects perform, balanced and responsible for its revitalization”.
Enisa has granted more than 3,700 loans totaling over 630 million euros. For 2015, Enisa’s financing budget exceeds 200 million euros.
From now on, by signing this agreement, both institutions join forces and share interests and goals to achieve more and better business projects and give them the financial boost they need to create value, prosperity and jobs.
You can view Enisa’s financing lines by clicking on them here.