Whether it’s for a cash injection or to help with business expansion, we work hard to offer our clients support. We match your business with our panel of approved lenders by continuously working with them and ensuring we keep up to date with all their acceptance criteria.
We aim to offer our clients support in gaining business finance through one of our approved lenders, whether it be for a cash injection or simply to alleviate pressure when paying creditors at the quarter end.
We continuously update the lending criteria of our panel, ensuring that we match you with only those who are suitable, therefore saving you time and frustration from day one.
We will work closely with both you and the lenders throughout the whole process, ensuring your application is complete in the quickest of timescales, enabling you to gain access to funds needed to support your business ambitions
Each lender will have their own criteria for acceptance and they can vary significantly from each other. Some lenders will only support low risk clients whereas others may take more of a risk, but this is more often than not reflected within the rates charged for the loans. Below you will see some of the considerations and information reviewed when assessing a client’s suitability for loan approval:
All of the factors above will be taken into consideration, allowing the lender to make a full assessment with regards to the suitability of your business for lending purposes. The ability to repay the loan is also taken into consideration. Although you may feel that the assessment criteria are extensive, our lenders tend to be much more flexible than high street banks.
If your business is approved for lending purposes, the loan will incur an interest rate in line with your business risk profile. The business profile is categorised in three different tiers, high, medium and low risk. The risk calculation will be based on the assessment made by the financier during their application and approval process. You should expect that the higher the risk, the higher the cost of the finance.
The assessment will consider all aspects, such as the loan term, business profitability and length of trading in the current sector. One of the best indicators of what interest rate you'll pay for a loan is to review your business credit rating. If your credit history is poor then you’re likely to pay higher rates of interest. The stronger the credit rating and a strong financial standing should see your business profile improve, which in hand should see a reduction in the interest rates payable.