We're accredited to provide funding through the Recovery Loan Scheme. This means your business can recover and grow with 6 months interest-only payments on a business loan backed by the Government.
Getting started is easy: Check if your business is eligible, then start your application to get approved for between £50,000 and £350,000.
We’re committed to supporting the small businesses that are so often overlooked by traditional finance. Unlock cash flow so you can do more business.
Choosing finance for your business can be a headache. Let us do the hard work for you.
Find out what you could be eligible for today. Simply fill in a few details about your business and tell us what costs you need to cover. We'll match you with the best solution.
It's free and takes less than 2 minutes.
Remember to have your latest statutory accounts on hand. You may also need 3 to 6 months’ bank statements, depending on the type of funding you apply for.
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Our CEO Anil Stocker joined Ian King on Sky News to discuss the Recovery Loan Scheme (RLS). Watch the interview to hear more about how we're supporting the UK's SMEs as they try to recover and grow.
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