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Sources of private sector financing
Find out about the financial services that respond to the needs of your business. Browse the list of private sector associations below to find members who provide debt and equity financing to businesses.
Debt financing means borrowing money. If you are looking to start or expand a business, to finance your operations, or to buy or lease equipment, members of the following organizations may be able to help.
Canadian Bankers Association For commercial loans and other debt financing services, you can turn to Canadian chartered banks and foreign bank subsidiaries.
You can access financial services such as commercial loans and credit through this financial cooperative.
Look beyond traditional banks. Private equity financing or capital funds represent an investment in your company and an alternative method to raise the money you need to innovate and grow your business. Members of these associations may help.
If you have a Saskatchewan startup or growth-focused business, the Network can connect you with potential investors who are looking for good investment opportunities.
Other private sector sources of financing
There are other sources of private sector financing to consider. These include merchant bankers, international trade financing companies, and specialized financial institutions such as insurance companies, commercial mortgage lenders, and specialty equipment financing organizations.