Business owners who want to raise finance have a range of options available to them, such as bank loans, overdrafts, commercial mortgages and hire purchase or lease agreements. These products can be used to fund the costs of commercial premises or large machinery, for example.
You might also consider private equity finance, by issuing shares in the business to attract venture capitalists or business angel investors. There are also a number of government schemes in place to support lending to small and medium-sized businesses.
How we work
Our advisers can find and recommend loans and secured finance from banks and commercial lenders to suit the needs of your business. They will consider factors such as:
- the amount you need to raise and whether you have the required security in place
- the total amount repayable after interest and how you will manage the repayments
- preparing accurate and detailed financial information in order to secure the funding.
We can also help you understand the tax implications of your borrowing.