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Infographic: The numbers behind the rise of asset based finance

26/04/2018

The only way is up for asset based finance, as the latest figures from UK Finance show a continuing increase in the use of invoice finance and asset based lending.

Invoice finance allows businesses to raise funding against the value of invoices, whilst asset based lending allows businesses to also unlock additional funding against the value of other assets, including plant and machinery, stock and property.

The infographic below looks at the year-on-year change in asset based finance use in the UK in 2017 vs 2016. Take a look to see just how successful the flexible funding product is proving to be.

Infographic - The numbers behind the rise of asset based finance

To find out how asset based finance could help your business, contact us today on 0800 9774833 to discuss your requirements with a member of our team.

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Some of the funders we work with

  • Ultimate Finance Group
  • Investec
  • Time Finance
  • Optimum Finance
  • Santander Corporate & Commercial
  • Kriya
  • Pulse Cashflow Finance
  • InvoCap
  • MaxCap
  • Blazehill Capital
  • Leumi ABL
  • PNC Business Credit
  • Metro Bank SME Finance
  • Close Brothers Invoice Finance
  • Haydock Finance Ltd
  • Merchant Money
  • Nationwide Finance
  • Peak Cashflow
  • IGF Invoice Finance
  • Skipton Business Finance
  • Davenham Asset Finance
  • Cynergy Business Finance
  • Davenham Trade Finance
  • Lloyds Bank Commercial Finance
  • eCapital Commercial Finance
  • Accelerated Payments
  • Team Factors
  • Woodsford Tradebridge
  • 4Syte
  • Tradeplus24
  • Praetura Invoice Finance
  • Berkeley Trade Finance Ltd
  • Clear Factor
  • ABN AMRO Commercial Finance
  • Barclays
  • Regency Factors
  • Roma Finance
  • Aldermore Invoice Finance
  • Giant
  • Sonovate
  • Partnership Invoice Finance
  • Castlebridge
  • Royal Bank of Scotland

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