‘Significant increase’ in R200bn Covid-19 credit guarantee scheme loans

Posted in: Intellidex in the media on June 17, 2020


The bank guarantee loan scheme has onerous conditions and risks for entrepreneurs as it requires personal suretyship to back their loans. These will have to be removed to encourage greater uptake, says Stuart Theobald, chairperson at Intellidex. Featured in Moneyweb. 

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