Sometimes it’s tricky to keep up to the financial demands of your company’s growth, and you might find you need a boost to fulfill orders or that you want to extend the payment terms you use without impacting on your suppliers. Supply chain finance can fill the funding gap between winning orders and getting paid for them, so you can keep your supply chain moving at its optimal speed.
Contact us today to find out if we can provide the cash injection that you need to put your ambitions into practice.
Our Latest Blogs
Are you looking for a complete list of government grants available for your business right now? Government grants are available throughout the UK for a wide range of different industries and sectors.September 25, 2017
There are many good reasons to look at valuing your business, whether it is to sell it, seek equity investment or apply for business finance. Just make sure you do your homework, prepare all your documents and understand exactly what is at stake.September 12, 2017
It's not just small businesses and SMEs that need business rescue loans to get themselves out of a pickle, it happens to large corporations as well. It also happens to financial entities a whole lot bigger too.
Take the case of Italian bank Veneto Banca, it recently needed over €17 billion euros in order to avoid closure and risk even more euros being sacrificed via Italian fiscal policy.
Worse still was the Greek crisis, which lead Germany, France and Italy to lend over €360 billion via the IMF, European Central Bank and the European Commission. And still that hasn't worked (or ever was going to work).
So having unenviable finances, or a business strategy that isn't working, doesn't just apply to businesses that find themselves on the wrong side of economic terms. Whether it's being on the wrong side of the pound when imports outweigh exports, or when incoming receivables are outweighed by supplier invoices. Every business has the potential to find themselves on the wrong side of the finance equation, so what are your options?September 4, 2017
UK manufacturing is a crossroads. Brexit and the value of the pound offers global expansion opportunities, but there are also financial constraints to growth still stopping industry innovation. Having more open access to manufacturing business loans can help bridge this gap and promote British manufacturing on a global level.August 30, 2017