What should I know about RHB SME Financing Online?
Running a business, even for a small one, requires large capital to manage the operations, marketing, payroll and many more. RHB SME Financing Online is a working capital loan that can help expand your business and boost your company cash flow.
If you are a business owner, just starting up or stabilizing, RHB offers the fastest and simplest way to apply for this business loan via online application. Plus, you don't need to provide a collateral, and only minimum document is required upon application.
How much can I borrow from this SME business loan?
The minimum amount you can borrow from RHB SME Financing Online loan is RM50,000, up to maximum RM300,000, at flat interest rates between 5.29% p.a. to 9.29% p.a. This SME business loan can be repaid over flexible tenures between 6 to 24 months.
How fast can I get my money after application?
You can expect to receive your fund within 5 working days, provided you have completed the application, passed the assessment and get approved by RHB. By applying via RinggitPlus, you are already one step closer to getting your cash.
Who is eligible to apply for this SME business loan?
You must be a business owner to qualify for this business loan. Your business or company must be in operation for a minimum of 2 years. Other than that, your shareholders, directors and partners must also be 100% national citizen and hold a MyKad.
What's more interesting, you have higher chances of getting your business loan application approved if your business is within the wholesale & retail, and business services sectors.
What documents I need to prepare for this SME business loan application?
Applying for RHB SME Financing Online is very simple because there is minimum document required such as:
- Copy of NRIC of all directors and shareholders (for company), and owners and partners (for individuals)
- Latest 6-month bank statement of main operating bank
Once you get approved by RHB, please also prepare documents below to speed up the loan disbursement:
- Original copy of all bank statements submitted
- Original copy of M&A, Form 24, Form 44 and Form 49
- NRIC of all guarantors
- Loan acceptance documents
- Original invoice(s) or purchase order(s) of 2 key buyers or suppliers