New Pronampe spherical exceeds BRL 25 billion in disbursements
- September 18, 2022
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So far, Banco do Brasil and Caixa Econômica Federal (CEF) account for more than half of the total granted
The new round of the National Support Program for Micro and Small Businesses (pronampe) exceeded R$ 25 billion in disbursements, according to data from the Operations Guarantee Fund (FGO), which guarantees loans. So far, Banco do Brasil and Caixa Econômica Federal (CEF) account for more than half of the total granted.
Until Wednesday, the 14th, R$ 25.153 billion were distributed in 288.5 thousand operations. The average value of each loan was R$87,176.73. There was an increase in the ticket compared to the 2021 round, according to FGO data. In last year’s round, the balance was R$ 24.937 billion.
This year’s figures indicate a high demand for resources from the program, created by the government during the covid-19 pandemic. The original round, from 2020, is still the one with the highest amount disbursed, with a balance of BRL 37.519 billion.
This year, Banco do Brasil leads the concessions, with R$ 8.784 billion. Soon after comes Caixa, with R$ 7.309 billion. Bancoob, Sicredi and Bradesco occupy subsequent positions in concessions.
The new Pronampe round was released on July 25, the day on which R$4.359 billion in loans were granted, according to FGO data.
In the current round, the rate is 6% per year plus Selic. The modality is available to companies with annual revenues of up to R$48 million, and each company can borrow up to R$150,000, limited to 30% of revenues. The operation is exempt from Tax on Financial Transactions (IOF).
Most of the borrowers, or 155 thousand, are small companies, which received R$ 19.779 billion of the total disbursed.
The State of São Paulo, with R$ 5.116 billion, was the one that had the largest total of funds disbursed.