Presenter: Samuel J. Boyd, Jr. and Scott Schaefer
In 1958, Congress created the Small Business Investment Company (SBIC) program to facilitate the flow of long-term capital to America’s small businesses. SBA does not provide capital directly to businesses. Instead, SBA partners with private investors to capitalize professionally-managed investment funds (known as “SBICs”) that finance small businesses. Join IEEE-USA for this webinar to receive a general overview of the SBIC Program and how the SBIC Program uses a unique funding mechanism to provide capital to licensed SBICs.