Why asset finance?
Different businesses will have different goals, resources, and capabilities; so are likely to build different strategies. But once you have a strategy, how do you finance it?
Let's face it, big or small, change calls for investment. The bank is not your only option when it comes to financing your next purchase. Asset finance can provide you with a number of benefits:
- Releasing the value in your assets
As technology advances, assets depreciate. It doesn’t pay to tie up valuable working capital which could be put to more profitable uses.
- Keeping your business up to date
Leasing is a fast, flexible and potentially a tax-efficient way to secure a wide range of assets, when you need them.
- Spreading your credit lines
If you are dependent on your bank for your working capital it can help spread the risk. A strong finance specialist will help you maintain those essential credit lines and open infrastructure finance separate from your bank.
How we can help
With years of experience in commercial finance, we research the market to identify the right approach for you. Then find a lender that’s right for your business and the types of assets you need.
Good for your budget
Spreading the cost creates instant cash flow benefits, and helps demonstrate return on investment from day one.
Asset finance won’t affect your other credit lines, so you can stay on the leading edge of technology, and dedicate existing funding sources to other projects.
We can cover hardware, software, training, maintenance and more, in to one simple, regular payment.
Using finance frees up cash to invest elsewhere in your business (i.e. stock) to increase turnover and profit.
We’re independent, so you can specify equipment and services from the suppliers of your choice.
Frequently asked questions
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