Business loans for businesses - unsecured business loans from Qred Bank

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Unsecured commercial loans

We offer business loans for all types of businesses. This is how a loan through Qred works:

  1. The application takes 1 minute
  2. You will be notified within 1 hour
  3. The money is paid out the same day

The loan has...

  • No start-up fee
  • No binding time
  • No hidden costs

Welcome to submit an application!

Business loans are an important part of the financing landscape for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). These loans enable businesses to grow, invest in new equipment, expand operations or deal with temporary liquidity issues. In this overview, we'll take a closer look at what business loans are, how they work, what types of loans are available and what businesses should consider before applying for one.

What is a business loan for business activities?

A business loan is a financial product offered by banks, credit institutions and other financial players to help businesses with financing needs. The loan can be used for a variety of purposes, such as financing the purchase of machinery, construction of new premises or strengthening the company's working capital. Loans are often structured with different terms and conditions based on the loan amount, term, interest rate and repayment schedule.

Types of business loans for commercial activities

  1. Short-term loans - These loans typically have a term of one year or less and are used to finance immediate needs such as buying inventory or paying bills.
  2. Long-term loans - With a term of several years, these loans are used for larger investments such as the purchase of property or larger machinery.
  3. Framework loan - A flexible loan where the company has access to a certain credit limit that can be used when needed. Interest is usually only paid on the amount that is utilized.
  4. Factoring - A way for businesses to free up capital by selling invoices to a third party at a discounted price.

Factors to consider

Creditworthiness - A company's creditworthiness plays a crucial role in its ability to obtain a business loan. Banks and lenders assess a company's financial history, payment history and current financial situation.

Interest rates - The interest rate on a business loan can vary depending on several factors, including the loan amount, term and the current market situation. It is important for businesses to compare different loan offers to find the most cost-effective solution.

Term - The length of the term of the business loan affects both the size of the repayments and the total cost of the loan. Shorter loans typically have higher monthly costs but lower total interest costs, while longer loans spread the costs over time but can be more expensive overall.

Terms and fees - It is important to carefully review and understand the terms of the loan agreement. This includes early repayment fees, set-up fees and other potential costs.


Business loans are a necessary tool for many small and medium-sized businesses to grow and manage their financial needs. By carefully considering their loan options and terms, businesses can maximize the benefits of these loans while keeping costs under control. It's important that businesses work with trusted financial partners and advisors to ensure they make informed decisions that contribute to long-term success.

Good luck with your business!

About Qred

Our history

Founded in 2015 by entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs, Qred is one of Europe's fastest growing fintech companies, according to the Financial Times. Qred has delivered profitable growth from the start and is the market leader in the Nordics with Norway's most satisfied customers, according to Trustpilot.

Qred has operations in Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany and Brazil and has issued hundreds of thousands of loans to small businesses. A fully automated and proprietary credit scoring system allows Qred Bank to quickly and competitively provide entrepreneurs with the support they need to grow.

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