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Sberbank accepted more than 50 applications for a new credit program for business

Sberbank accepted more than 50 applications for a new credit program for business
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A new preferential loan program for FOT 3.0 for businesses at 3% per annum was launched in Sberbank. The first 50 applications came from entrepreneurs from industries hardest hit by the coronavirus.

According to the press service of Sberbank, interest in the program appeared from the first days after its launch. As the deputy chairman of the board of Sber, Anatoly Popov, noted, this program is one of the anti-crisis support measures and was developed and launched in record time. The amount of funds requested only for the first applications is about 100 million rubles. The first loan agreements are planned to be signed on March 9, 2021. A total of about 100 billion rubles are planned for the program.

According to the Minister of Economic Development of Russia Maxim Reshetnikov, 75 thousand entrepreneurs will be able to take advantage of the new lending program. Their companies employ about 1,5 million employees. The industries hardest hit by the coronavirus are catering, culture, sports, entertainment, event management and tourism. Both individual entrepreneurs and other legal entities can apply for a loan.

Under the terms of the payroll 3.0 program, the rate for the entire lending period will be 3%, while maintaining the number of employees at 90%. For the first six months, you do not need to carry payments for using the loan. Then the loan is repaid in equal installments for another six months.

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