Central Bank of Nigeria Adds 50bn For NIRSAL Loan, See How To Apply And Requirements Needed
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has recently announced that NGN will add $ 50 billion (USD 120 million) to its targeted Credit Facility a stimulus program for micro-, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) as well as households affected by the pandemic
NIRSL provides CBN’s Nigerian Stimulus-Based Risk Sharing (NIRSAL) assistance through the organization’s minority-owned NIRSL Microfinance Bank.
Each retail loan carries an annual interest rate of 9% for one year.
The maximum size for MSMEs is 25 million NGN (the US $ 61,000) and 3 million NGN for employees (7,300).
The government has previously allocated 2. 2.3 trillion (6 billion) in efforts to combat epidemics, including microfinance and other programs.
Nirsal was launched in 2019, Nirsal Microfinance Bank has lent 309 billion ($ 811 million) to 540,000 domestic and business customers by 2021.
Its products include a NGN 1,000 ($ 2.60) savings account and an agricultural loan scheme. It charges 5 per cent per annum and offers loan sizes of up to NGN 10 million (US $ 26,000).
The Following are the necessary records and qualifications you should have before you can get to a Nirsal Loan.
To apply for the loan, visit any NIRSAK Office close to you, preferably where your business is located with a copy of the following;
1.Your letter of business
2.Your compensation slip
3.Your staff ID card
4.A half year proclamation of your ledger
5.Other legitimate methods for ID like your National ID, Drivers’ permit, etc
6.A service bill
7.2 visa photos
8.An underwriter structure