Types of finance available to businesses can be vast, and in some cases outright confusing, to say the least. Which is why there’s a good number of businesses that will enlist the help of businesses like ours in order to help them gain the access to finance they need.
Whilst the actual types of finance which are available may not change, the types of finance products may – in that, better and preferred finance products may come along – superseding a once preferred route to finance.
Various types of finance:-
Below are various types of finance which we can help you access, along with (in some cases) finance products, which often some businesses do refer to.
Asset finance is the type of finance which actively helps a business overcome the many challenges it may face in accessing the finance to raise the necessary capital to either purchase new assets or refinance their existing assets. more
Business Grants are there in order to help and not hinder UK businesses, and as such can provide many UK businesses with some real good and beneficial access to finance. more
Commercial Mortgages are mortgage loans which are secured on commercial property such as business premises, warehouses, factories, workshops, garages, shops, hospitals and even schools. more
Crowdfunding is a way to gain access to finance by seeking investment or pledges from a variety of many different people and/or businesses. This method of raising finance can also be often be referred to as either ‘crowd financing’ or ‘equity crowdfunding’ more
European Regional Development Fund
European Regional Development Fund often referred to as ERDF is focused on reducing economic disparities within and between member states by supporting economic regeneration and safeguarding jobs. more
Peer to Peer Lending
Peer to peer lending (P2P) to all intents and purposes is a fairly new form of alternative finance, with the purpose being in offering a new route to finance so as to enable many UK businesses to get much-needed access to finance. more
Regional Growth Fund (RGF)
Regional Growth Fund (RGF) is a £2.4bn fund that businesses across England can apply to for grants and loans from 2011 to 2015. It supports projects and programmes that lever private sector investment creating economic growth. more
Research and Development
Research and Development (often referred to as ‘R&D’) is a form of a business grant based towards technical and/or scientific research, and which is undertaken with a view to introducing new and/or improved products and services. more