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The Federal Reserve’s Main Street Lending Program is part of an unprecedented effort to support small and mid-size businesses facing financial strain due to the coronavirus pandemic. America’s banks will play a critical role in the program, which promises to enable up to $600 billion in new financing for businesses with up to 15,000 employees or $5 billion in 2019 revenues.

The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston is maintaining an interactive state-by-state map listing some, though not all, lenders participating in the Main Street Lending Program. This interactive map displays eligible lenders that have registered for MSLP, have chosen to be listed, and are currently accepting applications from new customers.

MSLP registered lenders that wish to be added to the Boston Fed’s list can email [email protected]. The Boston Fed will update the listing regularly as new lenders complete the registration process and elect to be included on the map.

Do you have feedback on the Main Street Lending Program’s design or questions about the Program? Email [email protected]

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  • Understanding the Main Street Lending Program

    Recorded Webinar | May 26, 2020

    Join ABA staff and leading experts from the law firm of Simpson Thacher, including former Acting Comptroller of the Currency Keith Noreika, in this recorded webinar unpacking important program details that banks will need to know to participate.

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