The minimum amount for a KBC Roll-Over Line of Credit is 250,000 euros. You specify the amount you want to finance. This depends on your capital spending plan and/or quotations, and on the resources that you can invest yourself.
The roll-over credit is an alternative to a standard investment credit. You use it to finance an investment. We’re talking about a credit line here, which means you're entitled to draw down an agreed amount, but are not obliged to do so.
Whenever you draw down an amount up to the agreed maximum amount, you do so for a fixed period, such as three months. At the end of those three months, the full amount drawn down is automatically repaid from your own account, and you can draw down a new amount if you so wish.
You roll over from one drawdown into the next, so to speak – hence the name 'roll-over' credit.
The moment you pay back the amount is called the 'roll-over date'. Once you pay it back, you have the opportunity at that point to switch your roll-over credit to a standard investment credit.