Are you a small business owner in need of financing as a result of the COVID-19 crisis? Do you need between 10,000 and 50,000 euros? The Small credit guarantee for SMEs (KKC) is for companies that made a profit before the coronavirus crisis. And for companies that were registered at the Dutch Chamber of Commerce before 1 January 2019. Find out if the Small credit guarantee for SMEs is available to you.
Entrepreneurs that meet the following criteria can apply for KKC:
- The company was registered at the Dutch Chamber of Commerce before 1 January 2019,
- The company was profitable before the COVID-19 crisis, and
- The company has the financial means to repay the credit.
- a 5-year term, and
- a maximum interest rate of 4%.
The total budget for KKC is 750 million euros. The Dutch government guarantees 713 million euros (95%). Financiers carry 5% of the risk.
How to apply for KKC
You can apply for KKC via one of these banks:
How to apply for KKC from Bonaire, St. Eustatius or Saba
You can apply via one of these banks or financiers:
How to become a KKC financier
Non-banking financiers can apply for KKC. The first step is to become a financier. Complete the Dutch form Aanvraag Borgstellingsovereenkomst 2012 (pdf).