Fast, Hassle-Free Non-Collateral Business Loans Is Now Easier For Cebuanos
Esquire Financing Inc. opens its first branch in Cebu City in its bid to boost presence and service-based in the SME market in the region.
With 99.6% share of about one million registered businesses and employing 64.9% of the workforce, according to the Department of Trade and Industry, strengthening the competitiveness of the small and medium enterprises (SMEs) is critical to the Philippines’ inclusive economic growth. However, due to collateral requirements, revenue-driven structure of banks, and high minimum loan amounts, only 20% of these SMEs are served by formal financing institutions.
Esquire Financing Inc. (EFI) is a direct response to the need of the underserved SMEs for a trusted financing partner. EFI provides fast, hassle-free non-collateral business loans tailor-made to each SME’s needs, goals, cash flows, capacity and financial position.
EFI Cebu Branch Service Officer Arjean Simbajon states that “as the first provincial branch developed, we will focus on maximizing our portfolio through our existing online loan application generation. Tapping the market of not just Cebu but also for the whole Visayas area through EFI’s marketing initiatives will also be one of our focus.”
In addition, EFI President and Chief Operating Officer Navin Uttamchandani says, “EFI is dedicated to building a distribution network that allows the one million businesses in the country to conveniently access our loan offerings. Our first branch in Cebu is but a small step in realizing this strategy.”
Interested business owners who want to know how to apply for a business loan may visit the office at G/F 148 Residences Pelaez St., Kalubihan, Cebu City.
EFI is the country’s leading financing company that caters to the needs of SMEs. It was incorporated in 2011 and has since served more than 17,000 businesses around the country. It aims to fuel the dreams of entrepreneurs by providing fast, hassle-free non-collateral business loans ranging from Php 100,000 to Php 10,000,000 to small and medium enterprises.