WHAT’S YOUR CAPITAL POSITION?

The Florida Finance Network Unlocks Vital Capital Resources to Help Florida Businesses Grow and Succeed. Connect with the Network to Meet Your Specific Financing Needs.

Access to capital remains one of the most important concerns for business owners who are growing and expanding their operations and creating jobs in the Sunshine State.

The Florida Finance Network is a group of nonprofit economic development lending organizations that connects Florida businesses with various federal, state and private financing programs to meet specific capital needs.

Florida Finance Network members specialize in different areas, but collectively they cover the majority of business financing needs. Network members are knowledgeable and well-connected to help your business determine its best funding options.

Access Florida Finance Corporation – Access Florida Finance Corporation (AFFC) seeks to increase access of black, rural and small businesses to capital. Competitive black, rural and small business enterprises have many resources available through AFFC, including start-up and working capital loans to entrepreneurs from $10,000 to $50,000 or more.
Contact: Pam Tedesco, Interim President. Phone: (850) 765-0375. Email: info@AccessFloridaFinance.com.
Website: www.AccessFloridaFinance.com.
Florida Development Finance Corporation – Florida Development Finance Corporation (FDFC) offers tax-exempt, low-interest bond financing to qualified, financially sound, small manufacturing and 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations. If a transaction does not meet IRS qualifying rules for tax-exempt finance, it can be financed with taxable bonds through FDFC at rates that are very competitive compared to other financing instruments, such as conventional loans.
Contact: Bill Spivey, Executive Director. Phone: (407) 956-5695. Email: bspivey@fdfcbonds.com.
Website: www.eflorida.com/fdfc.
Florida Export Finance Corporation – Florida Export Finance Corporation (FEFC) provides Florida businesses with information, technical and consulting assistance and financing for their export transactions. FEFC can guarantee a lender’s revolving line of credit up to $500,000, and even arrange much larger short- and medium-term loans through the federal government.
Contact: J. Stephen Fancher, President & CEO. Phone: (786) 845-0400. Email: FEFC@gate.net.
Website: www.fefc.biz.
Florida First Capital Finance Corporation – Florida First Capital works with federal, state and private-sector lending programs to provide growing and expanding small businesses with low-cost, long-term, below-market fixed interest rate financing for the purchase of major fixed assets, such as owner-occupied commercial real estate and heavy duty fixed machinery and equipment.
Contact: Deborah Petrell, Senior Vice President. Phone: (561) 756-1745. Email: deborah@ffcfc.com.
Website: https://ffcfc.com.
Neighborhood Lending Partners, Inc. – Neighborhood Lending Partners, Inc. (NLP) is a multi-bank lending consortium providing small business lending programs and financing to developers of affordable housing and community revitalization. NLP also provides numerous governmental agencies with various levels of loan and/or grant administration, assisting them in providing services and subsidy funds that serve low income targeted populations.
Contact: Debra Reyes, President & CEO. Phone: (813) 879-4525. Email: info@nlp-inc.com.
Website: www.nlp-inc.com.

Florida Finance Network

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$5.3 Billion
Amount of funding arranged for Florida businesses by Florida Finance Network members.
70,000
Number of jobs supported by Florida Finance Network member financing programs.
4,000
Number of Florida business projects supported by Florida Finance Network members.
5
Number of Florida Finance Network members. Primarily state founded, today network members operate as private, non-profit entities.
0
Cost to Florida taxpayers.
The Florida Finance Network runs with no state operational support.