Business Expansion

Opportunities are not given. They are seized.

While many entrepreneurs recognise the importance of planning for long-term growth, not many know what the key considerations are when evaluating capital budgeting decisions to fund business growth.

Seizing Opportunities for Business Growth

Business expansion requires capital investments, which are basically medium to long-term investments financed by one or a combination of the following:

  1. Retention of business profits.
  2. Injection of fresh capital by business owner(s).
  3. Financing via bank loans that need to be repaid based on projected future business cash flows.
Committing to Your Business Growth

By providing you with a host of speedy services and lending solutions to fund your business growth, Standard Chartered is ready to help you create and make the most of business expansion opportunities with a full suite of short term, medium term and long term financing solutions to grow your business.

Business Expansion Solutions

Term Loans

Term Loans are a structured form of borrowing intended to finance specific transactions or assets.

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