Since last week, companies can apply for emergency loans from the KfW, which are then disbursed as quickly as possible via their house banks. Since then, the banks have been overrun by applications for the KfW emergency loans to cope with the Corona crisis. On the first day of the aid programme Deutsche Bank alone received more than 5300 applications from companies.
Other banks have also received high four-figure financing requests from corporate and entrepreneurial customers.
The special credit programmes
are available to companies that have got into financial difficulties due to the rapid spread of the virus and need liquidity to bridge the gap. The great demand is explained by the fact that many companies are already experiencing difficulties due to the corona crisis.
Even though banks and savings banks promise to process financing requests quickly, we strongly advise you to start your application as soon as possible so that securing liquid funds does not become a race against time.
Even those who are currently not yet so badly affected should act now and secure a financing commitment. You can call on the loan later if the emergency occurs.
Our colleague Klaus Nützl will be happy to support you in this.
Mr. Nützl is a graduate banker (BA) and has been working in the real estate and financing sector for many years.
With his many years of expertise as an employee of a Munich-based bank, he has extensive knowledge and a network in this area and can help you with all questions regarding the application for bank loans, government subsidies & special credit programs.
As a financial advisor, he is also happy to be present at bank meetings upon request.
Crisis situations require quick help & support
Further helpful information can be found at the ACCONSIS Corona Task Force Service.
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