Loans to private limited companies
Read how our loans to private limited companies (ApS) work
What is a limited liability company?
A private limited company is a form of business with one or more owners. To start a private limited company, you must contribute a minimum share capital of 40,000 DKK in the form of cash or other assets, e.g. machinery, cars or inventory. e.g. machinery, cars or inventory. The company must also have an executive board. As the owner of a private limited company, you are not personally liable for the company's debts and obligations, and the value of the company is the company's and not the owner's.
How do I find funding for a limited liability company?
Once you have started a private limited company, the next challenge – to get capital that can grow the company. Savings can be used, but unfortunately that is not always enough. And it can be difficult to get a loan from the bank as a newly created company. This is because there is quite a large risk associated with start-ups, which is why the bank may not be so interested in smaller customers.
At Qred, we only work with small Danish companies. We love small businesses, and we know that entrepreneurs and business owners don't have time for complicated application processes and long response times.
With us, it only takes one minute to apply, and you will get a quick response to your loan application. Often already within an hour!
Is it available to get a loan to a start-up private limited company?
Yes, it doesn't matter how long you've had your business. We also lend money to start-ups. The most important thing for us is that your business has a reasonable cash flow, which allows you to repay the loan. Never take a bigger loan than you can pay back and think carefully about how the money should be spent.