Primary Asset Finance has successfully arrange funding for a company that provides engine converters for vehicles to meet European compliance requirements. The company needed working capital to fulfil a large number of future orders.
With the lender, Primary Asset Finance arranged a £4.3m Invoice Finance facility and a £700k working capital facility, which would allow the company to fulfil their orders. Furthermore, identifying a lender that could provide a growing facility meant that the funding is in the best solution for the company both now and going forwards, facilitating future growth.
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The Primary Asset Finance team recently attended the quarterly Corporate Development Association (CDA) at the East India Club in St. James’ Square, along with the new Primary Business Finance franchise Associates. Andrew McTear of McTear, Williams & Wood gave a short speech on his experience as an Insolvency Practitioner, as well as conveying some interesting personal insights into the current economic situation. As always, it was nice to learn from a speaker experienced in their field, and to have the opportunity to meet with new and existing contacts.
We would like to thank the CDA committee for their continued commitment to providing these thought-provoking and enjoyable lunch talks – we highly recommend them!
It’s hard not to notice the increasing number of problems for businesses in the retail sector at the moment. Over the last few months we’ve seen store closures for New Look, Mothercare and House of Fraser, whilst Toys ‘R’ Us and Poundworld have gone into administration. Experts are expecting more problems to come, due to a slowed rate of growth, rising overheads and high levels of debt, potentially due to irresponsible lending.
At Primary Asset Finance, we work with our clients and funders to ensure that the lending we oversee is responsible, appropriate and transparent, so that it helps the client and company as it should. If your business requires funding and you would like to speak to us to find out what we can do to help, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ahead of implementation of the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) on 25th May 2018, we’ve updated our Privacy Statement to outline how we collect, store and handle your personal data.
Our new Privacy Statement is:
– simple and easy to understand
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– transparent about how we collect and store your personal information
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