An eligible business in need of working capital?
3 simple steps:
Step 1: Application for Monetium Leasing business loan by submitting necessary details which include:
Things we need:
1. Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority
2. Latest 3 month bank statement
3. Latest Profit & Loss
4. Mergers and acquisition
5. Latest Credit Bureau Singapore
6. Tenancy agreement
Step 2: Our team checks authenticity & processes the application
(within the next 24 hours)
Step 3: Upon approval the funds will be disbursed within a week to your company
Check for eligibility:
1. First Name
2. Position in Company
3. Company Name
4. Phone number
6. Company Type ( Private Ltd, Sole Proprietorship, Limited Liability Partnership , Others)
7. Loan Required (Amount $5000 - $500,000 or more than 1 million)
8. Company Annual Revenue (SGD)
Q: What Do I Need to Apply?
A: You may like to apply thru our check for eligibity with the following details
1. 3 month bank statement
2. Profit & Loss
3. Mergers and acquisition
4. Credit Bureau Singapore
5. Tenancy agreement
6. Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority
Q: What Type of business loan suit my business?
A:While there are many different types of small business loan which Monetium Leasing provide, our officer will go thru a process of checking and offer you the best solution customize specifically for your business needs. Most can be categorised into a handful of lending terms. It is possible to apply for our business loans that are either secured or unsecured. Secured loans tend to be held against some form of collateral, perhaps a property or vehicle that can be repossessed if payments aren't made. Again just like with personal loans, unsecured loans which require no collateral can carry higher interest rates.
Q: How much can I borrow through a small business loan?
A: Monetium Leasing business loans can range from the thousands to hundreds of thousands, depending on the type of loan and the circumstances of your business.
Q: Will I be accepted for a business loan?
A: The answer to this question depends on various factors, including your business's financial accounts, history, turnover, and cash flow. If you are part of a partnership or are classed as a sole trader, then your personal financial circumstances may need to be considered too.