A corporate loan is a loan which is provided to businesses rather than private individuals. This sets corporate loans apart from personal loans. Corporate loans are often referred to as business loans or enterprise loans.
In Switzerland, corporate loans are available to a number of different types of businesses including public companies, limited companies, foundations, cooperatives and even associations. Self-employed individuals can make use of both corporate loans and personal loans to finance their business.
Corporate loans can be used for many different purposes and are often categorized based on the purpose for which they are designated. Categories of corporate loans include working capital loans, investment loans, research loans, growth loans, succession financing loans, takeover loans and refinancing loans.
Swiss corporate lenders normally charge a number of administrative fees in addition to interest charges. You can compare the costs of Swiss corporate loans using the business loan comparison on moneyland.ch.