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Asset Finance

What is Asset Finance and how can it help a business?

Asset Finance is the provision of equipment finance to all types of business.

What do asset finance companies provide?

  • Finance packages
  • Equipment leasing
  • Tailor made financial solution for the supply if equipment.
  • Re-finance of equipment and assets already purchased outright

Common types of Asset finance

  • IT finance
  • Funds for expansion plans or restructuring
  • Funds for better machinery or equipment
  • Funding for management buy out schemes
  • Acquisition of new companies
  • Shop Fit Finance
  • Garage Equipment Finance
  • Catering Equipment Finance
  • Salon Equipment Finance
  • Gym and healthcare equipment.

What types of businesses use Asset Finance?

  • Public Sector organisations
  • Private sector firms and businesses
  • Sole traders covering many sector
  • Limited companies in many trades and specialisms
  • Local authorities such as city and municipal councils.

What are the advantages of asset finance?

Asset finance offers many benefits to small to medium sized businesses in particular such as:

  • Start-ups are always considered
  • Asset finance is a cost effective alternative to outright purchasa providing fast access to working capital
  • Asset finance can grows in line with a business
  • Asset finance is more flexible than traditional lending
  • Asset finance is better able to cope with cashflow fluctuations
  • All equipment is considered
  • Contract period of 1,2 or 3 years are available
  • The asset finance application process is quite simple
  • Asset finance protects cash flow
  • There can be significant tax advantages with asset finance.


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