You are probably aware that there are numerous commercial lending schemes available so it is important that the correct one is chosen to meet the needs of your business. In this respect, in this section of our website, you will find information about a number of lending schemes that we trust you find of benefit.
So, if you are looking to purchase some commercial premises with the help of a commercial mortgage or invest in new machinery supported by a business loan you have started your search in the right place.
Please select a service from the list below for more information.
Business Lending Falls In January
According to the statistical release published by the Bank of England on 1st March 2018 entitled Money and Credit: January 2018 there was a drop in the amount outstanding on loans to businesses here in the UK in the month of January 2018. It is perhaps a little concerning as it is the biggest fall […]more
HSBC To Provide Further Funding For SMEs
As you may be aware the high street banks have been a significant provider of lending to small businesses here in the UK over the years. However, during the recession the banks have tightened their belts in this respect being more cautious with their lending. Well, HSBC is keen to provide more funds for SMEs […]more
Business Lending Rises In Q1 2017
The Bank of England Credit Conditions Review 2017 Q1 uses data from various sources to cover a number of things such as what is happening in bank funding and conditions within corporate credit. The report can be viewed in full on the Bank of England’s website. In the report it mentions that business lending has […]more
Is There A Benefit To The Borrower In Providing Security?
If you are considering applying for borrowing on behalf of your business then it is quite likely that the lender will require one or more forms of security to reduce its exposure to risk of loss. One of the factors that affects whether a lender will require security is how much your business wishes to […]more
Borrowing By Businesses Falls In June
According to the British Bankers Association (BBA) that obtains lending data from high street banks there was a drop in the amount lent by banks in the UK in June 2016 to certain sorts of businesses. This is the first time that this has happened this year. Apparently, non-financial companies borrowed £526 million less in […]more