Technically Baltimore: Resource Roundup: Harbor Bank and Cerebro Capital have $50M in loans for Baltimore small biz

Baltimore fintech company Cerebro Capital is partnering with the Harbor Bank of Maryland to provide $50 million in a dedicated loan program for minority-owned small businesses in the Baltimore region. Using Cerebro’s digital loan matching platform, Harbor Bank is looking to provide loans as large as $2 million to small businesses that apply through the Cerebro Capital program. 

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