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Who We Are
FIG CAPITAL is the realization of a dream, where not only big enterprises should have access to unlimited resources and expansion opportunities. We know that all successful franchises and corporations started out small and might have had their share of struggles in the beginning. Our finance and business management leaders take into account all factors that make a small business grow. We often see entrepreneurs that have failed because they lacked a business line of credit they needed badly. These businesses made a difference in our society in a positive way and had a direct effect in the lives of everyday people.
We saw the needs these entrepreneurs had and how they found a solution: Fig capital. We are dedicated to improving the standards of short-term small business loans for the innovator in all of us. We know you have great ideas to improve the quality of your business, and most importantly the desire to grow substantially. That is why our application and approval process is quick and easy, because we know you have no time for nonsense. Give our finance experts a call today to get you started on the path to financial success and growth.
Begin this year with new opportunities and take advantage of our resources and financial experts. We guide you and share with you proven tactics that have helped thousands of businesses nationwide. You just have to aspire to be successful and we will do the rest. We make it simple for you, since we know life is complicated enough.
FDIC data show a 19.1% decrease in small business loans outstanding since 2008
In 2007, $686.8 billion in loans were issued, compared with $587.8 billion last year.
In contrast, loans to midsize and large companies rose from $1.5 trillion in 2007 to $1.9 trillion in 2012—a 12% increase. — CNBC, Small Business
In the fourth quarter [of 2012]
Only 5% of all loans at banks with more than $10 billion of assets were small-business loans… — American Banker Online
For lending purposes, the nation's four biggest banks define small businesses as those with annual revenues up to $20 million -- an amount far higher than many businesses on Main Street will ever reach. — The Huffington Post