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Established in 1972, the main objective of the CGC is to assist SMEs that have no track record or collateral, or inadequate collateral, to obtain credit facilities from financial institutions by providing guarantee cover for such facilities.
 
 
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Types of guarantee schemes offered by the CGC:
 
Direct Access Guarantee Scheme (DAGS)
New Principal Guarantee Scheme (NPGS)
Islamic Banking Guarantee Scheme (IBGS)
Flexi Guarantee Scheme (FGS)
Small Entrepreneur Guarantee Scheme (SEGS)
Franchise Financing Scheme (FFS)
 
How do I apply for guarantee schemes from CGC?
There are 2 ways to apply for CGC guarantees and this will depend on the types of schemes involved:
 
 
DAGS   CGC Branches
Other schemes   The participating financial institutions
 
 
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To find out what the application processes are and other information on the CGC, download the brochure on the Credit Guarantee Corporation for further details.