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Hunter Gee Holroyd, representing The Corporate Finance Network in the North Yorkshire & Humber region, have assisted their client to secure a new £800k finance facility from Royal Bank of Scotland.
The new facility allowed the client to acquire steel stock directly from a steel mill, which was previously not a viable source of supply due [...]
Premier Invoice and Asset Based lender Venture Finance has provided Merseyside-based Dams Furniture Ltd with a Confidential Invoice Discounting (CID) and Plant & Machinery funding package.
The package enabled the management to buy the assets from administrators KPMG Manchester, of Dams International Ltd safeguard the future of the company and 72 employees. In addition, the [...]
Bolton based Azurri, a leading IT support and implementation company, has received a £100,000 Enterprise Finance Guarantee loan from Barclays Commercial Bank to help the business expand in the charity sector.
In 2008, Azurri consolidated its position as an IT supplier to the charity sector with the acquisition of Task Systems Ltd, a specialist provider [...]
strong>Buxton company director, Andrew Foster, is now looking forward to a period of growth for his company thanks to a government-backed loan.
Primopost, a food package printing company, took out a £363,000 loan from Barclays under the Enterprise Finance Guarantee scheme to extend its premises in Staden Park. With more space the company has increased [...]
strong>Long-established insurance brokers, W S Moreland and Company, has taken on new premises in Hamilton and is now looking forward to a period of growth after receiving a government-backed loan.
In 1964 the fourteen-strong firm was incorporated in Motherwell and has since grown to be Lanarkshire’s biggest independent brokerage firm. In January this year W [...]
strong>Businessmen, Tony Later and Brendon Daly, were given a helping hand through a government lending scheme when they re-opened the popular Shoulder of Mutton pub in Lichfield.
Under the Enterprise Finance Guarantee scheme they received £120,000 from RBS to refurbish and reopen the pub. Serving locally-grown produce it is now a sought after dining venue. [...]
strong>Aberdeenshire chip shop owner, Ian Whyte, got the loan he needed to set up his own business thanks to a government lending scheme designed to help businesses survive in the economic downturn.
Following his experience in the hotel and catering trade he took advantage of a government-backed loan, available through the Enterprise Finance Guarantee scheme, to [...]
strong>Working at the leading edge of vocational learning, Newcastle firm Creating Careers, will be able to expand its services to help the next generation of skilled workers get the qualifications they need after it got a government-backed loan.
Offering a series of courses online, Creating Careers enables school pupils and those who wish to expand [...]
New technology financed with a loan backed by the Government’s Enterprise Finance Guarantee has opened up new markets for a promotions and marketing company based in Banbury, Oxfordshire.
Phil Stone Marketing, which manufactures promotional merchandise and branded clothing, was also able to take on four new staff and expand into larger premises.
Finance Director Ken Greenway [...]
A Cardiff-based commercial vehicle rental business got a £25,000 bank loan, despite tighter lending conditions, thanks to a Government finance guarantee.
The Enterprise Finance Guarantee assists good businesses which, because they do not have credit history or cannot offer security, would not otherwise be able to get the finance for their business to survive and grow.