Up to £5 Million

Large Business Loans

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Large business Loans

Clifton private finance

Flexible Finance To Help Businesses Manage Working Capital & Cashflow  

Fastrack application for large business loans:
  • Funding Up to £5m
  • Term up to 6 years
  • Up to £250,000 with no personal guarantee
  • No interest and fees for the first 12 months
  • Open to limited companies with a turnover up to £45m
  • Access to 42+ accredited lenders
  • Payout typically within 48 hours of approval
  • We also have access to short term business loan products up to 24 months for loans up to £10m secured on residential, commercial and semi-commercial property
We pride ourselves on providing excellent service responsive to your needs.
Call us on 0203 880 8890 to discuss your requirements.
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Large Business Loan Service

How to access a large business loan

Most businesses need a financial boost at some point in their life and often find that business loans help to elevate cash flow issues or turn a new idea into a reality.
 
Whether you're a start-up business looking to get off the ground or an established one looking at expanding, business loans allow the opportunity to develop and grow.

Lenders consider several factors when determining the best type of loan to offer a business:

  • The amount of time the business has been in operation
  • Annual turnover
  • If you have filed your accounts
  • The purpose of the funds
  • Repayment term

How much your business can borrow will also depend on the nature of your business and the industry the business is involved in. If you can demonstrate strong trading revenue over 3 years or more this will in your favour. Many lenders will also look at the director's personal credit situation before considering a large loan. The collateral the business can offer against the finance will make it easier for a lending decision if the asset can provide the necessary security.

Through our partners we have connections with over 100 lenders so if the Government scheme cannot help you there may be other options for you.

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Call us on 0203 880 8890 to discuss your requirements or use our online chat or complete our enquiry form.
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