NH Finance Authority secures $61 million in federal funds for small companies

Jun. 20—The New Hampshire Enterprise Finance Authority acquired $61 million in new federal funding to lend to Granite State corporations.

“100% of those funds will likely be delivered on to New Hampshire companies within the type of loans, ensures and entry to capital via our native lending companions,” stated James Key-Wallace, the authority’s government director, in a information launch. “These funds supply an unlimited alternative for New Hampshire and can turbo-charge the BFA’s already profitable applications that assist corporations develop and create high-quality jobs.”

The authority will work with native financial institution lenders and regional growth companies. It’s going to even be offering direct loans to help high-growth corporations in addition to allow better entry to startup financing.

Firms excited about making use of for a mortgage ought to attain out to their native financial institution to see in the event that they qualify. For extra data, go to www.NHBFA.com.


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