If you are considering applying for business finance, to invest in new equipment or machinery or bolster cash flow in an uncertain market, there are various forms of commercial funding available for limited companies.
This video describes a range of funding options that might be suitable for your company. Invoice finance provides a flexible option for businesses seeking regular support for working capital. This form of funding is based on your sales ledger, and a pre-agreed proportion of each invoice is released soon after issue.
Asset finance is a good option for businesses with valuable hard assets such as plant and machinery. Sale and leaseback arrangements offer continued use of an asset whilst the company benefits from a lump sum cash injection from its sale to the lender.
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This video also covers business loans, which can offer some budgeting certainty when a fixed interest rate is applied. Commercial lenders will assess your company’s ability to repay based on various ratios linked to its past performance, as well as future predictions for sales and profit.
The Recovery Loan Scheme has been extended to the end of June 2022, and offers four different types of government-backed lending of up to £10 million:
If renting your business premises has become a significant drain on working capital, a commercial mortgage may also be an option worth considering.
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