The Financial Conduct Authority does not regulate some types of commercial finance.
Corporate Finance refers to new capital required to acquire, grow or develop a business, often encompassing a change of ownership. Common transactions include MBOs, mergers, property developments, joint ventures, project finance and crowd-funding. We work in partnership with private equity providers, corporate finance accountants and specialist corporate lawyers to deliver new capital between £500k and £100m.
We are aware that everyone's need will be different, Ingard Ltd (our third party provider) will take the time to understand your circumstances in order to support you with a tailored solution to suit your borrowing needs.
They are well placed to help you since they understand the lenders, their funding criteria and their lending preferences.
Unsecured business loans
Unsecured business loans can cater for Quarterly VAT, Corporation Tax bills and seasonal stock purchases and more and can often be arranged in a matter of days with repayment terms to tie in with your monthly cashflow expectations.
Secured business loans
Secured business loans from £25k to £500k are available and can be used for virtually any legal purpose and can be a useful alternative to a remortgage, with no requirement to involve a solicitor.
Commercial Mortgages are usually the best means to finance the purchase of buildings or land for business purposes; you may not need to approach your bank as competitive terms are widely available from specialist funders, building societies and challenger banks.
Please note our commercial finance advice is through a third party provider. Kintail Finance cannot be responsible for any advice provided by a third party.