The Arkansas Capital Corporation has a strong economic impact on the state:
- More than 1,200 direct loans to Arkansas businesses total more than $475 million. Adding in our partner banks, the combined capital to small businesses is more than $1 billion.
- Consistently, one of the largest SBA and USDA lenders in the state of Arkansas.
- Since 1959, we have provided the capital for economic growth to create and retain jobs in our state.
- Partners with more than 100 community banks in Arkansas.
- Offer discounts on fees for military veterans seeking to start, expand or purchase a business.
Arkansas Capital Corporation
Arkansas Capital Corporation (ACC), established in 1957, is the flagship company of the Arkansas Capital Corporation Group. ACC is a private, non-profit lending corporation dedicated to empowering entrepreneurs in Arkansas through partnerships with the lending community. Arkansas Capital Corporation, in partnership with financial institutions, provides permanent, long-term financing for business startups, expansions and acquisitions. Risk mitigation for both businesses and financial partners is at the foundation of Arkansas Capital Corporation’s existence and success.
Six Bridges Capital Corporation
Six Bridges Capital Corporation (6BCC), established in 1989, is a private, non-profit, lending corporation specializing in financing for small business-occupied commercial real estate and equipment. As an economic development tool, the SBA 504 loan product through Six Bridges Capital Corporation provides long-term, permanent, fixed-rate financing to new and expanding businesses that have the highest probability of successfully creating new jobs for the state of Arkansas. The product, often referred to as “small business’ window to Wall Street,” is typically structured with a 10% borrower investment, a 40% subordinate SBA 504 loan and a 50% loan from a financial institution.
Arkansas Capital Relending Corporation
Arkansas Capital Relending Corporation (ACRC), established in 1998, is a private, non-profit provider of loans to small businesses under the United States Department of Agriculture’s Intermediary Relending Program. Arkansas Capital Relending Corporation provides an economic finance tool for rural areas designed to assist with financing businesses that create or retain jobs. A rural area is any area with a population of 25,000 or less.