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
– clear about your rights with respect to your privacy and personal information
– transparent about how we collect and store your personal information
You can find our Privacy Statement here.
If you have any questions regarding how we handle your personal data, please contact us at: email@example.com
The Primary Asset Finance team have successfully refinanced a well known fruit & veg stable company who supply top restaurants with fresh and delicious produce. The business, with turnover of over £30m, was facing issues with it’s banker and approached us with a view to restructuring their finance and ideally providing funds for potential expansion. After consultation on specifics and approaching our network Primary Asset Finance have completed a £5.2m Invoice Finance facility and £2.8m of additional working capital facilities, to help the company with its future growth plans.
Terry Hounsome is leaving the Primary Asset Finance team, moving on to pastures new and focusing on the funding side of business. We’re sad to see him go but part on great terms and look forward to working with him again in any guise in the future. We would like to thank Terry for all his hard work over the last few years and wish him all the best.
With Valentines Day this week, thoughts for some can turn to finding the right partner, or finding the perfect match (if they haven’t already!).
This is what Primary Asset Finance does day in and day out by understanding the funding needs of our clients, before we then reach out into the market to find to most suitable solutions. So if you have a need for finance, contact the experts in finding an ideal match for your business!
It’s been and interesting week or two on the global stock markets with talk of possible interest rises spooking some investors and leading to what some analysts believe is an overdue correction from historic high levels. Some analysts however are more pessimistic and see this as the beginning of the end of the bull run. Only time will tell!
That ability to think and plan ahead is an essential ingredient of any successful business. Having the finance in place to be able to adapt to any situation by investing in growth, or being able to change course is an essential part of any modern business today. Primary Asset Finance helps our clients to do this so that they can adapt their strategy to be flexible around both planned and unplanned events. Contact us if you want to hear more.
Primary Asset Finance were approached by the Finance Director of a pre-revenue tech company based in Cambridge to raise debt finance to enable them to purchase a new piece of specialist equipment which would help the company achieve more accurate results when measuring outputs from their day to day operations.
Through our extensive panel of specialist lenders, the Primary Asset Finance Team were able to secured funding in excess of £100,000 by way of a Hire purchase facility repayable over 60 months at competitive rates with no personal guarantees being provided by the Directors.
It might not seem like it, but despite the gloomy weather, the nights are getting shorter! Hopefully Spring will be on the way in a month or so to bring a welcome end to the chilly days of Winter.
Seasonality is something that many clients of Primary Asset Finance’s see within their businesses, some with trading peaks in the run up to Christmas, others at different times of the year, for example the summer months. It depends on the company’s business model and sector. Primary Asset Finance are able to work with lenders to ensure that loan repayments and debt servicing schedules are matched to seasonal movements in cash flow to minimise and smooth out peaks and troughs. If you have seasonality in your business, or could do with some extra working capital we can help. Get in touch with Phil, Neil or Terry to find out more.
With the Construction giant Carillion announcing it has gone into liquidation today, crisis talks continue with the government. But there are hundreds of smaller companies reliant on cash flow and business from the huge contracts Carillion has on its books. (For more information why not have a look at the articles here and here).
Primary Asset Finance look specifically at refinancing and restructuring existing debt so why not get in touch if you’ve been affected, or let someone who has been affected know that we might be able to help.