2 SBA s Contract CAPLines Program A Presentation For The Contractor
3 SBA has a Loan Guaranty Program To help Contractors Obtain Financing for Contract Work Its Called the Contract CAPLines Loan Program
4 The Contract CAPLines Loan Program Is One of Four CAPLines Loan Programs They Are All Programs where SBA Guarantees a Revolving Line of Credit Structured with SBA Rules
5 All CAPLines Loan Programs were Created Under the Broad Authority of Section 7(a) of the Small Business Act
6 Section 7(a) Gives SBA the Authority to Make or Guaranty Business Loans Since 1997 SBA has only Guaranteed Loans, not Made them Directly
7 Since SBA only Provides Financial Assistance through its Guaranty Programs, You, the Applicant, are Going to have to Seek Financing from a Lender
8 The Lender will Analyze Your Applications and make One of Three Decisions: Really like and Approve Themselves Without an SBA Guaranty Cautiously like and Approve --- Subject to Getting an SBA Guaranty Decline the Request all Together
9 SBA s Guaranty Covers a Portion of the Risk a Lender has of the Business Failing to Repay the Loan The Portion Equals the Percentage of Guaranty
10 SBA s Guaranty is a Conditional Guaranty for the Lenders. The Conditions SBA Imposes on the Lender have to be followed by the lender or they could loose the guaranty
11 If the Lender likes Your Request Enough that they choose to Apply to SBA for a 7(a) Guaranty You want to make sure the Lender has what they need so SBA will Approve the Guaranty
12 TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR A CONTRACT CAPLINE, The applicant must qualify under Standard 7(a) requirements and: Be able to demonstrate an ability to operate profitably based upon the prior completion of similar contracts; and
13 TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR A CONTRACT CAPLINE, Possess the overall ability to bid, accurately project costs, and perform the specific type of work required by the contract(s); and Have the financial capacity and technical expertise to complete the contract on time and at a profit.
14 A project cost schedule depicting all direct material, labor, and overhead attributable to the contract to be financed. (Profit may not be included.) The schedule must illustrate each cost by line item; A current annual income statement; and A copy of the contract(s) being financed by the Contract CAPLine.
15 SBA Will Generally Guaranty a Lender s Contract Line of Credit if it is Structured as Required by SBA and the Applicant Business is Eligible
16 SBA Does Not Provide the Financing, a Commercial Lender Does
17 The Contract CAPLines is 1 of 4 Short Term Non-Export Related Formal Revolving Loan Programs
18 The CAPLines Loan Programs Seasonal CAPLines Builders CAPLines Contract CAPLines Working Capital CAPLines All Revolving, All With Their Specific Requirements
19 The CAPLines Loan Programs Contract CAPLines Lending Against What Will Be
20 There also use to be 2 Asset Based CAPLines but in 2011 Changes Were Made to the Asset Based and Contract CAPLines Programs Based On Lender Recommendations
21 Changes were made so SBA would not have to review the lender s analysis on each contract loan request when submitted by high volume lenders Select Lender Given Delegated Processing PLP Lenders
22 Key Features of the Working Capital CAPLines program Maximum line amount $5,000,000 In 2011 the Maximum Maturity increased from 5 to 10 years Maximum guaranty percentage 75% (over $150,000)/85% if $150,000 or less
23 Establishing the Contract CAPLine Loan Amount For Single Contract Financing, The loan amount is equal to the sum of the costs of the contract (excluding profit), as evidenced by the project cost schedules
24 Establishing the Contract CAPLine Loan Amount For Multiple Contract Financing, The master note amount is equal to the sum of the costs of all contracts (excluding profit) to be financed under the CAPLine, as evidenced by the project cost schedules
25 Establishing the Contract CAPLine Loan Amount For future projects not yet identified, at the time the contract is obtained all costs by line item should be identified. The amount of the sub-note for each specific contract should equal the total costs of that contract.
26 Establishing the Contract CAPLine Loan Amount A single Contract CAPLine loan may be used to fund one or multiple contracts. Once approved by SBA, the lender may advance against additional contracts without SBA approval, Provided the borrower and lender are in compliance with the Authorization.
27 Application Documents From Applicant Applicants must be able to provide the lender with a first lien position on the contract(s) and the proceeds of the contract(s) financed with the line, Another words there needs to be an assignment of the payments so they are sent to the participating lender There may be exceptions to when an assignment is required.
28 Key Features of Contract CAPLines - Collateral Assignment of Contract Proceeds Prior to initial disbursement, the entity the Contractor has entered into the contract with must agree in writing to forward all payments which the contractor would normally get The Contracting Authority must assign all payments to the lender Such assignment must be in place before any disbursement for a particular contract The lender must receive written acknowledgement from the third party.
29 Key Features of Contract CAPLines - Structure Exception to the Assignment of Contract Proceeds: An assignment is not required by SBA if at least two of the following conditions are met: 1.Term of contract is 12 months or less; 2.A successful track record between borrower and contracting authority exists based on same or reasonably similar contracts. 3.Financial analysis of historical income statements and/or tax returns and pro-forma financial statements show that the applicant has a Debt Service Coverage ratio that exceeds 1:1;
30 Key Features of Contract CAPLines - Structure Exception to the Assignment of Contract Proceeds: An assignment is not required by SBA if at least two of the following conditions are met: 4 All contract proceeds are paid directly to the lender by the contracting authority or, in the instance where a performance bond is in place, a Funds Control (or escrow or third party servicer) procedure is implemented; or 5 Other available and worthwhile collateral is pledged to secure the line
31 Contract Caplines Proceeds Loan proceeds can only be used to finance the costs of one or more specific contracts, subcontracts, or purchase orders. Cost can include the overhead plus general & administrative expenses, allocable to the specific contract(s).
32 Contract CAPLines Use of Proceeds Contract Caplines Proceeds Proceeds to finance the costs of: Direct Labor Direct Materials G&A and Overhead
33 Contract CAPLines Use of Proceeds Contract CAPLine proceeds may not be used for: Permanent working capital, To acquire fixed assets, To pay delinquent taxes or similar funds held in trust (directly or indirectly), For change of ownership Floor Plan financing;
34 Contract CAPLines Use of Proceeds Contract CAPLine proceeds may not be used for: To repay a different contract or subcontract (No Refinancing) No Other Refinancing Either To finance the performance of another contract or sub-contract???; or To finance a contract in which significant performance has already begun To cover any mark-up or profit;
35 Key Features of Contract CAPLines - Structure Repaying Principal This program is designed to lend against what will be, which is the hope of a completed contract, the hope of payments exceeding costs Providing Funds to Perform Loan proceeds provided the contractor before performance and during performance
36 Key Features of Contract CAPLines - Structure Contract Payments Are Second Time Payments When the Contracting Authority pays for satisfactorily completed work, the Contractor is getting funds for having done what the loan s proceeds already financed (except for the Profit)
37 Key Features of Contract CAPLines - Structure Since the Contractor is getting funds for the second time when the Contracting Authority pays, the structure of this Contract Loan Program requires the Lender to get all the Contracting Authority s Payments
38 Key Features of Contract CAPLines - Structure All Contract Payments Are Required to Go to the Lender Since the Contractor is getting funds for the second time when the Contracting Authority pays, the structure of this Contract Loan Program requires the Lender to get all the Contracting Authority s Payments
39 Key Features of Contract CAPLines - Structure Also Eligible for a Contract Caplines Loan A Contract between a prime and subcontractor, A contract with Performance Bonds, and A Purchase Order If Certain Conditions Are Met
40 Key Features of Contract CAPLines - Structure Sub-Contractor Financing A contract between Prime and Subcontractor is eligible if at least two of the following conditions are met: Both the Prime and the Subcontractor have favorable credit ratings based on an acceptable rating agency (e.g., Builders Industry Credit Association BICA ); There is a successful track record between the Prime contractor and the Subcontractor (borrower); There is a successful track record between the Prime contractor and the contracting authority;
41 Key Features of Contract CAPLines - Structure Sub-Contractor Financing A contract between a Prime and Subcontractor is eligible if at least two of the following conditions are met continued: The loan amount is less than $300,000; The term of the contract is 12 months or less; The financial analysis of historical income statements and/or tax returns and pro-forma financial statements show that the applicant has a Debt Service Coverage ratio that exceeds 1:1; or There is other available and worthwhile collateral pledged by either borrower or owner/guarantor.
42 Key Features of Contract CAPLines - Structure Contracts With Bonds A contract requiring a Surety s Performance Bond may be eligible for a Contract CAPLine provided the lender perfects a UCC security interest in the contract proceeds. The following conditions may be necessary to effectuate the transaction where a contract requires a bond: 1. The lender s perfected security interest in the contract proceeds will be subordinate to the cost reimbursement claim of the Surety; and 2. The Surety may require that a funds control facility be executed.
43 Key Features of Contract CAPLines - Structure Purchase Order Financing Financing Purchase Orders under a Master Agreement: Purchase Orders (PO) may be substituted for a formal contract, provided the following conditions exist: 1.The PO is issued to the borrower under a Master Agreement; and 2.The combination of the PO and the Master Agreement constitute a binding agreement.
44 Key Features of Contract CAPLines - Structure Disbursements Disbursements are made, when needed, to pay for the costs on a specific contract. Disbursements will generally be made as the contract progresses, not with one lump sum disbursement to cover all costs. Only if the contract performance period was 30 days or less should only one disbursement for payroll be allowed.
45 Key Features of Contract CAPLines - Structure Disbursements However, if a borrowing contractor wanted to acquire all of their materials up front to take advantage of volume discounts, and/or pay for all acquired materials within 10 days to take advantage of prompt pay discounts, the Contract CAPLine Program will accommodate such a disbursement plan.
46 Key Features of Contract CAPLines - Structure Additional Controls The lender may invoke additional controls over the payments, provided the lender obtains the borrower s prior written consent. If additional controls include the funding only direct material and labor, the lender must inform the borrower in writing of the percentage split arrangement regarding the allocation of progress payments received from the contracting authority.
47 The Contract CAPLines Program A Presentation For The Contractor
48 a Contract Financing for the Contractor
49 Contract CAPLines Use of Proceeds Proceeds Can Now be used to finance all costs (excluding profit) Cost of Labor (on the contracts being financed with the Loan) Cost of Materials (on the contracts being financed with the Loan)
50 Contract CAPLines Use of Proceeds Proceeds to Finance all costs (except profit) Overhead Cost (on the contracts being financed with the Loan) Cost of General & Administrative (on the contracts being financed with the Loan) How Many in the Audience Own a Contracting Business? How Many of You Know the G&A Factor to assign to each contract you will bid on and the G&A Factor to use on awarded Contracts?
51 Contract CAPLines Use of Proceeds Proceeds to Finance all costs (except profit) G&A plus Overhead (on the contracts being financed with the Loan) How Many in the Audience Own a Contracting Business? How Many of You Know the G&A Factor to assign to each contract you will bid on and the G&A Factor to use on awarded Contracts?
52 Key Features of Contract CAPLines - Structure Sub-Contractor Financing With the assignment of contract proceeds and direct payment in place, the lender receives all the payments the borrower would normally receive if it was internally financing the contract as performance progresses. Because all performance costs (including direct overhead and allocated general/administrative expenses) were funded under the CAPLine, all such payments received by the lender must be applied first to interest due on the CAPLine, with the remainder applied to the CAPLine balance until the balance is paid in full.
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