WORKING CAPITAL CREDIT
Working capital loans are loans granted by banks to borrowers in order to meet its working capital needs, namely the need to finance the company's current asset turnover such as inventory, accounts receivable and others.
THE INTENDED USE
The credit facility is intended to increase the working capital of the debtor. Credit is given to the debtor in the form of Current Account Loan (PRK) and can also be in the form of Term Loan (PB) or Demand Loan (DL), in accordance with the needs of the debtor.
The credit facility provided in the form of PRK if the debtor uses the loan to support the daily business activities. Amenities provided in the form of Term Loan (PB) or Demand Loan (DL), if the debtor needs funds as a result of the increased volume of business is seasonal or the existence of an employment / specific project.