Learn more about the SBIC program, locate key documents, and find out about key initiatives and upcoming events.
The SBIC Program application process is comprised of two distinct phases of review, each of which follows industry best practice in assessing the qualifications of SBIC applicants. Before...
Understand the key processes for licensed SBICs, including capitalization, financings, reporting, examinations, wind-up, and other important topics.
The success of the SBIC Program depends on the participation of private investors. In this section, limited partners and other investors can learn more about the program, its risks and benefits.
Find SBIC statute, regulations, forms, and other guidance on the SBIC program.
Learn how the SBIC Program is funded, what financing instruments are available to SBICs and the current cost of SBA-guaranteed debt.
SBA does not provide financing directly to small businesses, but this section contains information that may be helpful for companies seeking capital.
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