Established in 1957 as a private, non-profit business development corporation, the Arkansas Capital Corporation actively promotes economic development in Arkansas by providing financing to businesses across the state. ACC partners with numerous referral sources by mitigating the risks associated with providing capital to businesses and leverages its experience to determine the best financing structure for its clients. This includes the utilization of government lending programs if appropriate. With a charter to "engage in any activity which benefits the people of Arkansas," ACC is the group's flagship company and serves as the platform for launching new opportunities.
Established in 1998, ACRC is a private, non-profit provider of loans to small businesses under the United States Department of Agriculture's Intermediary Relending Program. ACRC is an economic development finance tool designated for exclusive use in the rural areas of Arkansas.
Established in 1989, 6BCC is a private, non-profit, statewide provider of SBA 504 loans. As an economic development tool, the SBA 504 Loan Program provides long-term, reasonably priced, fixed-rate financing to healthy and expanding businesses which have the highest probability of successfully creating new jobs and competing in the world marketplace. The program's low down payment requirements contribute to more operating cash for small businesses.