• Government Guarantee Schemes

Introduction

The Government has established two special guarantee schemes to encourage continued lending or financing, particularly to SMEs.

The Malaysian Government established Syarikat Jaminan Pembiayaan Perniagaan Berhad (SJPP) to assist companies in gaining access to financing facilities from financing institutions.

The SJPP’s role is to administer and manage two guarantee schemes (the Working Capital Guarantee Scheme, and the Industry Restructuring Financing Guarantee Scheme). As part of the 2009 stimulus package, these schemes aim to enhance foreign and domestic investor's confidence in the Malaysian economy.

The schemes enable small and medium businesses to access working capital financing. Under the program, the Government would guarantee a portion of the financing facilities provided by the finance institutions, and share the credit risk. Note: This is strictly intended for local operations only.

In doing so, the Government hopes to encourage financial institutions to continue lending to SMEs to spur economic growth for the country.

 

 

 

Services Sector Guarantee Scheme will enable SMEs companies in services sector to continue gaining access to financing facilities from financial institutions (“FI”s).

Working Capital Guarantee Scheme will enable SMEs companies in all sectors to continue gaining access to financing facilities from financial institutions (“FI”s).

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