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Keep your business running smoothly with cash flow funding

Even sound, profitable businesses either fail or are unable to expand because they don’t have enough cash to operate. Most businesses have to wait 30-60 days for customers to pay. However they still have monthly wages and bills to pay which affects cash flow. Funding only gets worse with expansion.

Cash flow funding is a great way to avoid the pitfalls.

Quick Quote

Fill in the form below to receive a quick quote for cash flow funding. It’s free and there’s no obligation, so why not do it today?

 

Cash flow funding allows you to release up to 95% of your outstanding invoices straight away.

You can also use cash flow funding to release money from your business for other reasons. For example, it could provide part of your contribution towards a property purchase or other acquisition.

So why not find out how we can help you achieve the cash flow funding you need? Call us on 01737 652 122, or email us at info@stgeorgesfinance.co.uk

Full members of the National Association of Commercial Finance Brokers

St Georges Finance is a full member of the National Association of Commercial Finance Brokers

 

What we do

  • No success, no fee
  • We’re independent so we can source funding from the entire market
  • We prepare a comprehensive proposal to lenders on your behalf
  • We explain the small print on paperwork
  • We can guide you through the process from application through to draw-down
  • We arrange loans from £150,000 to £5m

Services

  • Commercial Mortgage
  • Property Development
  • Cash Flow Finance
  • Property Investment

Awards

Winner of Commercial Mortgage IFA 2008

Commercial Mortgage IFA of the year - 2008

 

Recent Case Study

Our clients purchased a profitable company. The purchase used most of their available funding leaving little to pay wages at the end of the month. The original owner had previously attempted to raise invoice funding. He failed because of the contractual nature of the invoices. We secured: