Business Finance

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Business Finance

By definition, is an asset acquired or invested in to build wealth. It is a way to save money from any income with a target of adding it to a business and gaining an inflated return. An example would be to buy a property and be paying off the mortgage monthly. The aim is that you own more of the investment and that the original purchase price would go up increasing the value of your asset. The analogy of this works throughout most investments be they a one-off or multiple investments.

There are lots of investments available to people, with almost all comes a risk that you may not make a profit and you may end up making a loss. This is where getting guidance or determining the risk factor you feel comfortable with. Normally the bigger the risk investments carry a bigger return with lower risk investments returning a lower dividend.

If you are looking for people to invest in your business then you will need to understand the intricacies of having investors, their requirements as well as your duties to them and to HMRC. This needs planning for every stage of the investment and a strategic goal to entice people to give you, their money.

We work with a panel of investors and partner companies to advise and help guide you in the expansive world of investment. Review the areas we work with and find the right answers to your questions. Take a look at one of our partner that could help you on your journey.


Asset Finance

If you want access to funds to buy vehicles, equipment, machinery, stock or to leverage the value in business assets you already own – then asset finance could be the ideal solution.

Business Loans

Find out more about loans that you can take advantage of. We're here to help you find the perfect loan for your business and we'll help you to secure it too. Get in touch today to find out more.

Cashflow Finance

Typically cash flow finance will take the form of Invoice Finance (other facilities such as Supplier Finance are available too, subject to status). Find out more here or get in touch to learn more.


The Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS) and Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) help you do just that. EIS was the first of the two to be launched with SEIS emerging in 2012.

Capital Gains Tax

If you sell an asset for than you purchased it you
will need to pay Capital Gains Tax