Main Street Lending Program

Program Details

Accessing the Program

Small- and medium-sized businesses and nonprofit organizations interested in the program should speak to an eligible lender about applying for program loans. Interested borrowers can access a state-by-state listing of lenders participating in the Main Street Lending Program who are currently accepting applications from new customers and also elect to be listed.

Program Administration

The Federal Reserve’s Main Street Lending Program is administered by the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, which established the Main Street SPV to purchase loan participations from eligible lenders in any of the twelve Federal Reserve districts.

Inquiries

General inquiries can be directed to MSLP@bos.frb.org (Not for document submission).

Resources

Lender Portal

Registration for interested lenders

Listing of Lenders Accepting New Customers

State-by-state listing of lenders participating in the program who are currently accepting applications from new customers and also elect to be listed

Disclosures

Reports on the operation of the MSLP facilities, including monthly disclosure of names of lenders & borrowers, amounts borrowed, etc. These reports are made to Congress pursuant to CARES Act & Section 13(3) of the Federal Reserve Act.

Forms & Agreements

Legal forms and agreements for eligible lenders and eligible borrowers

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for Business Lending

Questions and answers providing more information on the program

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for Nonprofit Lending

Questions and answers providing more information on the program

Terms & Conditions

Information on eligibility and terms

Facility Agreements

Documents related to the establishment of the SPV and the U.S. Treasury’s equity investment

Vendors

Information on vendors supporting the Main Street Lending Program

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Events

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Contacts

General Inquiries (Not for Document Submission)