If you need financial assistance to do business in an emerging market or a developing country, or if you represent an investment fund that invests in businesses in such countries, the Dutch Good Growth Fund (DGGF) can help you!
By providing finance and insurance through the DGGF-programme, the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs creates the conditions to development related trade and investment in 68 countries. The fund consists of 3 parts.
The DGGF provides customised finance to Dutch SMEs doing business in developing countries and emerging markets.
Do you want to invest in one of the DGGF countries but cannot get finance from your bank? The DGGF part Investing Dutch SMEs supplements private investments by means of guarantees and direct financing with a repayment obligation, such as loans and equity investments in projects.
Do you want to export capital goods to one or more of the DGGF countries? The DGGF part Exporting Dutch SMEs provides export credit insurance and export financing.
Do you manage an investment fund that aims to improve local SMEs’ access to finance? Learn more about the possibilities the DGGF part Investment funds local SMEs offers.
Find information about the qualifications, procedures and transactions via english.dggf.nl
The DGGF is a programme of the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs. It is administered by the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO.nl), Atradius Dutch State Business (for Dutch SMEs) and a consortium of PwC and Triple Jump (for local SMEs). RVO.nl has set up a central helpdesk to answer all your questions about the DGGF.