Starting a business is expensive. It requires means, if only the local where the activity will take place. Banks here have their role to play, allowing to make a business credit and thus funding the investment.
When you start an activity, or you simply want to increase the production capacity of your already existing business, the bank plays a vital role.
But there are as many credits as there are borrower profiles, as for cheap credits that are classic to individuals. But here, when you have no money or guarantees, whether you are an individual who wants to buy a fridge or a company that wants to buy a machine, it’s simple, there is almost no credit.
And yet, banks so much personalize their products that there are children’s bank accounts, so why not finance people at RSA, so they can create their own jobs with their future business?
The bank has a duty to know the trades, the type of company to which it lends money. This was the case of Crédit Agricole a long time ago, specialized for farmers as its name suggests. There are therefore more suitable banks for craftsmen, others for managers, others for large companies or for SMEs.
It’s all about knowing how to knock on the right door. It should be kept in mind that only a good record can obtain a business credit if the financial guarantees are insufficient. By good record, one hears of course a realistic market study, but also the knowledge on behalf of the entrepreneur of the market which he proposes to invest.