Major banks have mis-sold complex financial products to small businesses – and thousands of firms could be in line for a refund.
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Through their partnership with their panel of lenders, they have access to a range of business finance products – including asset finance, trade finance, commercial mortgages and accountancy services and also have access to special rates and offers.
Touch Financial has earned its reputation as the UK’s leading broker in asset based lending, having won ‘Asset-Based Finance Broker for the year’ in 2011 and 2012.
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In this troubling economic climate, banks have become increasingly reluctant to offer credit facilities as their lending criteria have become more and more rigid. As a result, businesses have had to shop around for other forms of finance.
If you’re looking for ways to improve business cash flow, but have ignored invoice factoring because it feels like the choice of last resort, perhaps it’s time to think again.
Every week, small and medium-sized firms across the UK are forced into insolvency because they run out of cash. While it doesn’t make the headlines, except perhaps in the local papers, the impact on individuals can be dramatic.
Figures from the Office of National Statistics (ONS) reveal that the economy is gradually recovering.
Businesses nowadays tend to trade with other businesses on credit terms, some up to 90 days. This could have a devastating effect on a business’ cashflow.