Powered by Cash IN Asia, INFT's very own in-house financing firm.
Business Cash Line is an SME business loan that aims to fill the financial gap SMEs and startups often face.
INFT believes that every small business deserves a better financial future.
Existing loans in Singapore can be harsh to a fledgling SME business owner, especially with high interest rates and lengthy loan approval times.
What your business needs instead - a fast and efficient way to get your business plan back on track.
Boost your business growth today with our simple and easy application process for your Cash Line!
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How Business Cash Line Helps SMEs in Singapore
Government-assisted business loans like the SME Working Capital Loan and Temporary Bridging Loan can sideline enterprises that are just starting out.
INFT provides alternate financing options for any new business that allows receipt of your loan earlier, without the strict guidelines of other lenders.
Up to $150,000 Business Loan
Our lending solution offers business owners a Cash Line of up to S$150k to address their most pressing financial needs.
Easy Application through MyInfo Business
Minimal documents required. Our easy onboarding takes only 3 minutes via the Singapore Government’s MyInfo Business. Applying for a business term loan has never been quicker!
Fast Cash Disbursement upon Successful Application
Once your application is approved, you can start spending your business loan amount in as little as 3 business hours.
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-Up to S$150,000 loan amount -Easy application in 3 minutes -Access your cash within 3 business hours from approval
Business Loans Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
What is an SME Loan?
An SME loan is a business loan granted to small-to-medium enterprises for commercial reasons.
There are many different types of business loans: some are available for any company purpose (such as a temporary bridging loan or unsecured loans), while others are tailored to specific business needs (such as machinery/equipment financing or property loans).
There are even specific SME loans for startups!
That means you need to get familiar with the variety of loans out there in Singapore and their respective stipulations, such as :
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