FundSpace and Global Dominion Join Forces for Filipino SMEs

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Loans for SMEs

FundSpace, a leading homegrown loan aggregator under 917Ventures, has partnered with Global Dominion Financing, Inc. (GDFI) to provide diverse financing solutions to Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) and individual clients.

The partnership introduces new loan options featuring competitive interest rates and flexible terms, catering to the diverse needs of customers, and SMEs, across the Philippines. Filipino citizens aged 21 to 60 years old with proof of income can avail themselves of various funding options, including Sangla OR/CR (Chattel Mortgage Loan), Business Real Estate Mortgages, MD/Doctor’s Loans, and Auto Loans, with maximum loanable amounts ranging from ₱1 million to ₱10 million.

Interest rates can go as low as 0.99%, depending on the type of loan selected.

Applying for a loan from Global Dominion is simplified through the FundSpace website, offering applicants a seamless process to fill out their loan details, select GDFI as their partner, and submit the necessary documents. The user-friendly interface aims to streamline the application process and provide efficient service to customers.

Martin Luchangco, Entrepreneur-in-Residence at FundSpace, expressed his enthusiasm for the partnership, stating, “FundSpace is honoured to welcome Global Dominion Financing, Inc. to our platform. Our partnership is grounded in our mutual goal of helping more Filipinos reach their financial goals.”

Melai Felicidario, Chief Operating Officer of Global Dominion, emphasised the company’s commitment to empowering SMEs and individuals through access to credit. “We don’t just want to be their financing provider, we want to be their business partner,” Felicidario said.

The collaboration between FundSpace and Global Dominion aligns with FundSpace’s mission of enabling financial freedom and empowerment for Filipinos. Leveraging Global Dominion’s two-decade legacy in financing and refinancing, coupled with FundSpace’s innovative platform, the partnership aims to enhance financial inclusion and provide new growth opportunities for individuals and businesses.