Do you use the extended SME credit guarantee scheme for corona (BMKB-C)? Then you must repay the amount you borrowed. With the BMKB-C, entrepreneurs can borrow money faster and easier during the corona crisis.
BMKB-C is an extension of the regular SME credit guarantee scheme.
Do you have to repay?
You repay your loan, plus interest and commission. How much you have to repay depends on the amount you have borrowed and the bank or financier you borrowed from.
How much do you have to repay?
- the entire loan
- the interest on your loan
- commission to the government of 2% (for a loan of 2 years) or 3% (for a loan of 3 or 4 years)
- any applicable commission to the bank or financier
- any application and processing fees
The interest rate, the commission to the financier, and the application and processing fees differ per financier. Some financiers offer the first (half) year or even longer repayment-free (grace period). It may also be possible to pay off without penalty. This is stated in the conditions to your loan, which you should have received.
When do you have to repay?
You start repaying immediately after you have received the loan. Unless your financier offers the first period repayment-free. You then only pay interest. Some financiers allow you to repay the loan afterwards. The duration of a loan via the BMKB-C is a maximum of 4 years.
Whom do you have to repay?
You repay the loan to your bank or financier, with whom you took out the loan. On the website of the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO) you can read which financiers are allowed to offer the BMKB-C (in Dutch).
More information about your loan can be found in your credit agreement. Do you still have questions? Then you can contact your bank or financier.