BruPart's credits

Following the sixth State reform, the federal Participation Fund was placed into liquidation from 1st July 2014. The Brussels Regional Investment Company (SRIB/GIMB), through its new subsidiary BruPart, is responsible for granting professional loans and providing the support previously managed by the federal fund.

BruPart offers two financing solutions for self-employed workers and SMEs.

BruPart's solutions

1. Co-financing: Brufin loan

  • Target: Self-employed workers and small and medium enterprises having set up or planning to set up in the Brussels-Capital Region.
  • Amount: €10,000-200,000 and a maximum of 50% of the total financing requirement.
  • Rate: bank rate + 0.5%
  • Procedure: Applications can be made either directly through the Brupart promoter or through a credit institution.

2. Micro-finance: Boost-me loan

  • Target: Unemployed people receiving benefits, and small companies less than 4 years old located or planning to set up a professional activity outside the priority intervention area.
  • Amount: €10,000 - 50,000
  • Rate: 4%
  • Procedure: Loan applications can be made either directly through the Brupart promoter or through one of the approved support structures.
  • Support: either through Brupart or through an approved support structure.

In practice

For any request, please contact the Brussels Regional Investment Company at 02.548.22.11. You can find more information on its website.

Updated 28/07/2017

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