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OPIC’s Small Business Center

OPIC’s Small Business Center (SBC) offers qualified small businesses, with annual revenues less than $35 million, the opportunity to utilize OPIC’s streamlined approval process.

For financing, the small business must submit a completed finance application, including all required attachments to the application, such as a formal business plan, financial projections, financial statements, and sponsor disclosure forms. See the apply section: http://www.opic.gov/what-we-offer/financial-products/apply

OPIC's political risk insurance products are available to small businesses at a reduced cost and through a streamlined approval process. Insurance is available for investments in new ventures, expansions of existing enterprises, privatizations and acquisitions with positive developmental benefits.

OPIC recommends that investors contact an OPIC representative to discuss their project proposal prior to submitting an application package. For more information, please contact the Information Officer at 202-336-8799 or email info@opic.gov.

Eligibility: All U.S. businesses
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