Small Business Investment Company Program

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Grow, Launch

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Funding,

Description

In 1958, Congress created the Small Business Investment Company (SBIC) program to facilitate the flow of long-term capital to America’s small businesses. SBA does not provide capital directly to businesses. Instead, SBA partners with private investors to capitalize professionally-managed investment funds (known as “SBICs”) that finance small businesses.


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 http://www.sba.gov/category/lender-navigation/sba-loan-programs/sbic-program-0

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New York
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