LATEST FROM THE NACFB

  • New year, new benefits

    January 19, 2018

    It’s been another busy month here at the NACFB since our December newsletter. As we settle into 2018, you should now be aware that all NACFB Members now have free access to NACFB Compliance support and MyNACFB, our bespoke online training portal. Get the most from your membership You can register for NACFB Compliance support…

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  • Bridging set for another boost

    January 19, 2018

    Bridging finance continues its rise as a truly effective funding option. Industry bodies have reported a record year in 2017 and the indicators show that this is set to continue this year, still playing a vital role in helping to fund property renovation and change of use. With the supply of rental property still in…

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  • Need for business finance to rise in 2018

    January 19, 2018

    In 2017, almost half of all small to medium UK enterprises turned down a contract or order because they couldn’t deliver the work due to a lack of available finance – a trend that is expected to continue in 2018. According to our funding line data, the demand for invoice finance is expected to grow…

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  • Business cash advances: everything you need to know but have no one to ask

    January 19, 2018

    Hopefully we all started the new year with some fresh ideas and exciting new opportunities. Here at Merchant Money, 2018 will be the year where we focus heavily on developing innovative and relevant technology. This will hopefully make life simpler and more efficient for all our partners, introducers and their clients. We also strongly believe…

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  • Look beyond Brexit for agriculture

    January 19, 2018

    Given the uncertainty of the effects of Brexit on the agricultural community in the UK, there has been an increase in the rural community looking at diversification strategies as a way to buffer the potential loss of subsidies. One of the challenges, however, is that since the financial crash, funding the agricultural sector is difficult…

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  • UTB loan solves Section 106 problem

    January 19, 2018

    We were recently approached to provide a bridging loan which would ultimately enable the borrowers to complete the sale of their property with the benefit of planning consent, for a development of 28 new homes. The bridge was to be secured against the family home, a three-storey Edwardian house set in grounds of four and…

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  • Why unpredictability is a plus for the year ahead

    January 19, 2018

    With a new year comes a new host of predictions and expectations. As always, some of these are positive and others more cynical. The last decade has seen incredible and unexpected change within the commercial finance sector, and 2018 is likely to be just as exciting. The Route – Finance, operating within the bourgeoning alternative…

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