Unsecured business loans offer SMEs in need of funds but short of assets with a quick and easy solution. These loans don’t require security, which means you don’t need to use an asset to secure the funding. There are a variety of lenders on the market who offer loans of this type up to as much as £250,000.
Unsecured business loans give your business immediate funding without securing the loan against any assets, which a lender would usually sell if they needed to recoup the value of the loan if things didn’t work out. Most businesses repay the loan in installments over a fixed time period.
There are many benefits to this type of loan, and both new and established businesses utilise this option. With no assets required, it makes this type of funding very accessible to all businesses and the money is released a lot quicker than traditional bank loans. They can be used to spend on anything from new equipment to training and many come with flexible repayment terms.
Invoice finance allows you to release cash quickly from your unpaid invoices.
As your lender, we can release up to 90% of your invoices within 24 hours. On payment of the invoice from your customers, we will then release the final amount minus any fees and charges. There are different types of invoice financing options available to businesses depending on the situation and the level of control they require in collecting unpaid invoices.
We are an invoice financing company who offer a solution whereby payments are collected on your behalf managed by our team of expert credit controllers so you can focus on running your business. Our Confidential Invoice Discounting solution is offered to businesses who want to maintain their own credit control processes, therefore this remains strictly confidential so your customers are unaware of our involvement.
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