Privacy Policy

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The Small Business Administration was established in 1953 to protect the interests of the nation’s small business community. The SBA accomplishes this, in part, by working with intermediaries, banks, and other lending institutions to promote both loans and venture capital financing for small businesses.

SBA makes small business loans available through its disaster loan assistance and 504 Certified Development Company (CDC) programs, and venture capital through its Small Business Investment Company Program (SBIC). SBA 7(a) guaranty loans are made to small businesses through banks and nonbank lenders.