Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico District Office

SAN JUAN, PR - The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Puerto and Virgin Islands district office has begun the 2019 Emerging Leaders training series with its fifth cycle in San Juan and, for the first time-ever, in Ponce.

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June 26, 2019 | 9:30 am AST - 12:30 pm AST

273 Ponce de León Ave., Plaza 273, Suite 510, San Juan, PR 00917

SBA workshop aimed at providing orientation on SBA capital access, government contracting and Rural Development programs.

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June 27, 2019 | 9:30 am AST - 12:00 pm AST

273 Ponce de León Ave., Plaza 273, Suite 510, San Juan, PR 00917

This free seminar will introduce innovative entrepreneurs and researchers to the Small Business Innovation Research/Small Business Technology Transfer programs.

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June 19, 2019 | 9:00 am AST - 12:00 pm AST

Parque Batey Central, Calle Unión, Fajardo, PR 00738

SBA seminar for new and established small businesses located in rural areas. Topics included are: Financing alternatives (Community Advantage, Microloan) and Rural Development programs.

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June 12, 2019 | 9:30 am AST - 12:30 pm AST

273 Ponce de León Ave., Plaza 273, Suite 510, San Juan, PR 00917

For veterans and members of Puerto Rico's military community. Topics: Management and Technical Assistance; Federal Contracting; Rural Development and Boots to Business Reboot programs.

Regina Flippin
Wanda Otero from Quesos Vaca Negra
Edwin Tirado

District Office Lending Chart

7(a) Loan Guaranty Program

Lender Name 7a Number of Loans 7a Loan Amount
Banco Popular de Puerto Rico 83 10,139,200
Oriental Bank 69 8,242,200
Banco Santander Puerto Rico 18 898,700
Banco de Desarrollo Económico para Puerto Rico 13 1,684,300
FirstBank de Puerto Rico 7 5,087,100
Live Oak Banking Company 1 1,460,000
Signature Bank of Georgia 2 4,505,000
FirstBank - Virgin Islands 1 461,200

CDC/504 Loan Program

Lender Name CDC/504 Number of Loanssort ascending CDC/504 Loan Amount
COFECC 18 3,000,000
PYMES Financial Partners, Inc. 6 2,721,000
Marketing Small Business Finance Corp. 5 1,033,000

In 1970, after completing his military service in Panama and Germany during the Vietnam War, US Army Veteran Pedro Córdova, relocated with his wife Mary Margaret “Mimi” McCloskey, to native Puerto Rico. 

Pedro had served with the ROTC while he was studying for his bachelor’s in Business Administration.  Once completed, he went on to obtain his Juris Doctor and later applied to the Judge Advocate General’s Corps.

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