The 5 steps to extending or refurbishing your pub or bar

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 Don’t apply for a loan or mortgage without knowing exactly what you need.  Whilst in many cases someone with my experience might be able to give you options of what is available in the marketplace, if you only approach your own bank (like 60% of other UK business owners do) then they may turn you down because they don’t understand what you need.

Work out a basic projection based on the new space.  How many more rooms, covers or drinkers will you accommodate, how much would they spend typically? Will you need more staff front of house? Will the kitchen be able to cope or will improvements be needed there too? Cash-flow templates are available on the internet and you should be able to complete one by yourself.  Your broker will always clean it up if there are mistakes in it, better that way than the bank rejecting your application!

Now you understand the costs and benefits, we can look at how much you’re going to need to borrow to get the job done.  If you have some savings you can contribute that will potentially improve your chances of getting funding and lower the overall costs by letting you borrow less. 

If you are having building work done always have a contingency budget beyond the quotes you have, I’d recommend 10% extra.  There are always extras that you decide would enhance the space or things you might have forgotten.  There are often unforeseen difficulties which can push costs up.

Before I ever approach a bank or other lender on behalf of a customer I get a full understanding of their plan and their circumstances.  That can mean collecting a lot of paperwork from them but it’s what the lender is going to need anyway so it’s better to have it all ready up front. 

The basics are accounts, management figures and VAT returns. 

Many lenders will also want to see bank statements for the last six months and these days, to combat money laundering we’ll always need to confirm your identity and your address. 

Beyond that I always recommend clients undertake their own credit check.  It can be done for free with any of the three main providers (Experian, Equifax and Noddle) and if you do your own it doesn’t impact your credit score.  If you have had any issues in the past we can then discuss them and depending on the circumstances and the severity we might be able to persuade a mainstream lender to be flexible or we’d go to a specialist lender.  There are lenders in the market for almost any situation – so even if you think it’s impossible it’s worth talking to a specialist licensed trade broker like Acorn.finance to discuss your options.  Your initial assessment will always be free.

Our experience of 20 years making purchases happen

Our award-winning approach to business and property finance

Our 5* customer service

We understand your problem, then help the lender to understand.

Don’t just take our word for it

acorn.finance is an award winning finance broker, here are a few testimonials from our clients;

Commercial Broker of the Year – 2017. (Corporate LiveWire)

UK Commercial Mortgage Broker of the Year – 2016, 2015 & 2014. (M&I International)

Commercial Mortgage Broker of the Year – 2013 (Business Moneyfacts)

Shortlisted – Commercial Mortgage Broker of the Year – 2014 & 2015 (Business Moneyfacts)

Acorn Commercial Finance (Acorn.finance) is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) – #660207

We are also full members of the National Association of Commercial Finance Brokers.

Although most of the commercial mortgages, business loans, buy to let mortgages, bridging finance and property development loans acorn.finance arrange are not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority we take our responsibilities as a professional broker very seriously and apply the highest standards of customer service and advice to every case, regulated or not.

As members of the NACFB since 1997, our ethos has always been to adhere to their Code of Practice in every aspect of our business.

The NACFB has operated an industry recognised Code of Practice since 1992 which endorses best practice in the industry. All NACFB brokers agree to abide by the Code of Practice which ensures that you have the guarantee that Acorn.finance will always operate professionally and in your best interest.

About Acorn.finance

Founded in 1997 by father and son team Tom and Paul Thompson, Acorn Finance have long been one of the leading finance brokers in the small business and property sectors.
We’re a multi-award winning team with 7 “best UK broker” awards in the last 6 years and have been featured on the BBC Inside Out programme to show best practice in the commercial lending sector.

Acorn’s specialist knowledge of small businesses marked us out as the “go to” broker for any trading business but especially those in the hospitality sector which resulted in Acorn Commercial Finance becoming the only finance provider asked to join the BIIAB (British Institute of Innkeeping Advisory Board).

We work harder to find the funding you need to thrive

Acorn.Finance (Acorn Commercial Finance previously) have been funding commercial and investment property since 1997.

As a small business just like you, the  Acorn.finance team understands the needs and time pressures of the buy to let property investor, developer or business owner.

Our mission is to give every business owner, property investor or developer access to the finance they need to thrive and grow.  In a broad and fragmented market with more lending sources than ever,  it is no longer an option to rely on the products of just one lender for the life of a business, lenders are many and varied.  Our role is to help you find the very best funding package to fill your needs, and to have the funding available to you, just when you need it.  To do that we work across the whole of the finance market, from the high street banks and challenger banks through to crowdfunding providers (including our own) and sometimes private equity and businesses angel investors.

Whether you are growing your business or investment portfolio or just starting out then finance is of vital importance and getting the best deal can easily be the difference between growing or not or even failure.  Our experts take time to understand your needs and aims in both the long and short term before recommending you a product which we believe is the best one to achieve your aims. By taking that time to understand your needs we also work more closely with our lenders than most brokers, that means we have a market leading level of success with more applications going through to a successful completion and more of our clients go on to long-term success.

Contact Acorn.finance

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Or – to arrange a convenient time for an initial call – Click here

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Leeds

West Yorkshire

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Redwood House

Brotherswood Court

Almondsbury Business Park

Bristol

BS32 4QW,

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152 Morrison Street

The Exchange

Edinburgh

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Peter House

Oxford Street

Manchester

M1 5AN

Help for Carillion’s stricken suppliers

Thousands of Small businesses across Britain have been hit, the British Business Bank offers a lifeline.

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Acorn.finance – solving your problems

The fallout around Carillion’s collapse hits thousands of small businesses

As small businesses across a multitude of business sectors are facing the realisation that their biggest customer has gone to the wall, Carillion’s suppliers are given a lifeline by the government but they need to act fast.

The British Business Bank set up in the wake of the Global Financial Crisis of 2008 has offered to extend terms under the Enterprise Finance Guarantee Scheme (EFG).   This means that participating banks in the scheme; Barclays, Lloyds, HSBC, RBS, Santander and TSB will extend their normal lending terms to make it easier for the victims of the Carillion collapse to extend their borrowing with less stringent underwriting requirements.

So it’s all good then..?

The banks using the EFG scheme all use it to extend their own underwriting criteria a little so – they might lend a business a little more money without additional security, they might overlook a few missed payments or a cash-flow deficit.

That doesn’t mean that your business will automatically be successful with an application.  The majority of business owners, especially small business owners make the same four mistakes when applying for a business loan or commercial mortgage;

  1. They only go to one bank  – their own business bank.
  2. When they make their application, they rely on the bank manager to tell them what information to supply rather than creating a great application pack which the bank can’t help but approve.
  3. The application is for what the business owner would like to borrow but is not written with the bank’s criteria for lending in mind.
  4. As a business owner there is only just enough time in the day for running the business, especially when there’s a crisis, so the lending application is rushed and questions left half-answered.

How can Acorn.finance help?

  1. A panel of 250 lenders means Acorn.finance have a lender to fit almost every circumstance in business.
  2. Your Acorn.finance funding expert knows which lenders require what information to underwrite a loan, we make sure they have the right information to make a quick decision.
  3. Framing the application correctly, in a way that the lender will want to see it means we’re more successful more of the time.
  4. Having an expert running your application means that we’ll be taking all the calls, analysing the information and getting it into the right hands and following it up.  All this while you are running your business.

Contact us now to discuss your options and quote Carillion for a 20% discount on our fees before 16th February.

Our experience of 20 years making purchases happen

Our award-winning approach to business and property finance

Our 5* customer service

We understand your problem, then help the lender to understand.

Don’t just take our word for it

acorn.finance is an award winning finance broker, here are a few testimonials from our clients;

Commercial Broker of the Year – 2017. (Corporate LiveWire)

UK Commercial Mortgage Broker of the Year – 2016, 2015 & 2014. (M&I International)

Commercial Mortgage Broker of the Year – 2013 (Business Moneyfacts)

Shortlisted – Commercial Mortgage Broker of the Year – 2014 & 2015 (Business Moneyfacts)

Acorn Commercial Finance (Acorn.finance) is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) – #660207

We are also full members of the National Association of Commercial Finance Brokers.

Although most of the commercial mortgages, business loans, buy to let mortgages, bridging finance and property development loans acorn.finance arrange are not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority we take our responsibilities as a professional broker very seriously and apply the highest standards of customer service and advice to every case, regulated or not.

As members of the NACFB since 1997, our ethos has always been to adhere to their Code of Practice in every aspect of our business.

The NACFB has operated an industry recognised Code of Practice since 1992 which endorses best practice in the industry. All NACFB brokers agree to abide by the Code of Practice which ensures that you have the guarantee that Acorn.finance will always operate professionally and in your best interest.

About Acorn.finance

Founded in 1997 by father and son team Tom and Paul Thompson, Acorn Finance have long been one of the leading finance brokers in the small business and property sectors.
We’re a multi-award winning team with 7 “best UK broker” awards in the last 6 years and have been featured on the BBC Inside Out programme to show best practice in the commercial lending sector.

Acorn’s specialist knowledge of small businesses marked us out as the “go to” broker for any trading business but especially those in the hospitality sector which resulted in Acorn Commercial Finance becoming the only finance provider asked to join the BIIAB (British Institute of Innkeeping Advisory Board).

We work harder to find the funding you need to thrive

Acorn.Finance (Acorn Commercial Finance previously) have been funding commercial and investment property since 1997.

As a small business just like you, the  Acorn.finance team understands the needs and time pressures of the buy to let property investor, developer or business owner.

Our mission is to give every business owner, property investor or developer access to the finance they need to thrive and grow.  In a broad and fragmented market with more lending sources than ever,  it is no longer an option to rely on the products of just one lender for the life of a business, lenders are many and varied.  Our role is to help you find the very best funding package to fill your needs, and to have the funding available to you, just when you need it.  To do that we work across the whole of the finance market, from the high street banks and challenger banks through to crowdfunding providers (including our own) and sometimes private equity and businesses angel investors.

Whether you are growing your business or investment portfolio or just starting out then finance is of vital importance and getting the best deal can easily be the difference between growing or not or even failure.  Our experts take time to understand your needs and aims in both the long and short term before recommending you a product which we believe is the best one to achieve your aims. By taking that time to understand your needs we also work more closely with our lenders than most brokers, that means we have a market leading level of success with more applications going through to a successful completion and more of our clients go on to long-term success.

Contact Acorn.finance

Call your local office using our freephone number – 0808-164-2364

Or – to arrange a convenient time for an initial call – Click here

344-354 Gray’s Inn Road

London

WC1X 8BP

2 Wellington Place

Leeds

West Yorkshire

LS1 4AP

Redwood House

Brotherswood Court

Almondsbury Business Park

Bristol

BS32 4QW,

Conference House

152 Morrison Street

The Exchange

Edinburgh

EH3 8EB

Peter House

Oxford Street

Manchester

M1 5AN

Don’t panic – interest rates are rising but it’s not the end of the world

Rising interest rates?

Thanks to the Morning Advertiser for a great article explaining the impact of the recent interest rate hike on the licensed trade.

The main points being;

  • A £250,000 mortgage will increase by around £30 per month.
  • A £500,000 mortgage will increase by around £60 per month.

For the typical publican therefore, the impact of the hike on their mortgage payment will be negligible.  The greater effect is likely to be on those in leasehold pubs who have high levels of unsecured or personal debt, perhaps having used credit cards or personal loans to fund the purchase of the business.

Michelle Perrett explains why there is little to worry publicans (The Morning Advertiser).

The consensus is that the general effect will be minimal with mortgages and pub values not being greatly affected.

The main threat is from any loss in disposable income, or the perception of a loss in it.  This might have an impact on trade which could potentially have a much larger impact on the pub trade than the actual interest rate rise.

Take action now to ensure that your business trades through the rise successfully.

Bank of England Base Rate increase – November 2017

Bank of England increase base rate…


The Bank of England Monetary Policy Committee last week increased base rate for the first time since 2007.

Although seen as a negative by many through the media and in business I’ve tried to keep a balanced view of the decision and the circumstances around it.

The big picture is that the Bank Of England are seeing an overall improvement in the economy and that  inflation is now showing strong growth, which needs to be controlled for the bank to keep within their mandate of inflation being around 2% per annum.

This strengthening of growth within the economy and the fact that inflation has been over target for most of this year effectively forced Bank Of England to raise interest rates.

Bank of England Base Rate has risen from 0.25-0.5%, the first rise in the Bank Of England base rate since 2007. The increase in the rate is designed for the MPC (Monetary Policy Committee) is to try and get inflation back down to their target rate of 2%, it is currently 2.9%.

Borrowers are likely to see the biggest impact, rather than savers and this is because the cost of finance will get more expensive because of the increase in rate, but not massively so.

The increase may mean lenders are going to face increased competition because margins are going to be tighter, although the potential for this increased competition is unlikely as a rate rise of 0.25% is minimal.  The effect of the interest rate on savers is, that they will see a marginal improvement on their returns for the same reason, but again not a massive change which would change .

Usually a rate rise is associated with an increase in the pound, this is not the case and the Pound fell against the Euro and the Dollar after the announcement. The reason for this is because the rates now look likely to rise more slowly in the future than has been previously estimated

(The Independent).

Check the impact of the base rate increase on your mortgage


4.4 million households have a fixed-rate mortgage, if you are in this category then there will be no extra cost currently, there are 3.7 million households on a variable-rate or tracker mortgage and these borrowers will see their repayments rise. If you are the average homebuyer in the UK you will typically have a mortgage of £175,000, using one of the most popular deals on the market (Nationwide’s base mortgage rate tracker) the increase to your mortgage would be just £22 per month. The rates would rise from 2.25% to 2.5% meaning payment would increase from £763 to £785 per month  (The Guardian).

Another consequence of the rate rise may be that consumers are offered an increased incentive to save rather than borrow and spend. As this is such a small rise it is unlikely to have a dramatic impact although, it will make some difference to some people’s discretionary spend which will reduce spend on non-essential services and goods.

Having a credit card will become more expensive and will therefore prompt customers to move hardcore debt to more manageable alternative types, the rate rise also offers an increased incentive to save meaning people are less likely to spend. The rate rise may decrease discretionary spend, if this is the case it could hit the lower end of the licensed trade such as, wet led pubs rather than food led and destination pubs which are used for special occasions (even if that occasion is that it’s the weekend).

The rate rise means the inflation level will be lower, which will slow the increase in price of goods and therefore means there may be less pressure on profit margins. The rate has risen because the MPC has seen strengths in the economy which is seen as a positive whereas, a threat of the increased rate is that many people have not had pay-rises keeping up with the inflation rate and the increased borrowing costs could well reduce the disposable income that they have.

How to Start Up a Pub

How to Start Up a Pub

Dreaming of running a pub? Not sure which of a managed, tenancy, leased or freehold pub is right for you? When looking for pubs for sale there are a lot of decisions to make, but as commercial mortgage brokers, Acorn.Finance are able to help.

When an entrepreneur embarks on the venture of quitting their job, dropping out of the rat race and running a pub, their head is full of dreams and business ideas of how their dream pub will run and exactly how they aim to make their money. However, the harsh reality is that the road to becoming a successful business person is rife with challenges. These hurdles prevent many such businesses from even getting past the planning stage.

Business Plan

To begin with, a business plan is needed, as potential  lenders require a basic understanding of the business proposal. This is so they can assess whether they wish to become stakeholders given the risks. It can often be difficult to know where to start when writing a business plan, but a good one should outline all major aspects of how the owner organizes the pub and how they will make their money.
A typical format would start with an executive summary of the proposal, followed by a overall business description. Investors need outlines of how the owner will run sales and marketing too so they can see money making potential. Financial forecasts will be necessary and finally, plans for development in the future. A SWOT analysis can also prove very useful to help identify threats to the business. For example, local competitors or a non-ideal demographic.

Our Services

Acorn.Finance often provide support during this preliminary stage of business development. We also have years of experience with getting budding pub landlords the advice they need and property they want. Additionally, when it comes to getting a business plan off the ground accountants are often willing to help too. There are all sorts of places to go for those aiming to set out on their business venture. If the business idea is one that looks as though it will attract custom, then this stage can be quite straightforward.

Acquiring Finance

Perhaps the hardest part of starting up a business such as a pub is getting the necessary funding to do so. This is because investors need to have confidence that they will get back a good return on investment. It can often take a lot of searching to find a lender for a business idea, because investors need to see the 4 C’s of credit.

Collateral

Banks need to know that they can get their money back should you default on your repayments. Therefore it is often necessary to have a house or other assets that the loan can be taken out against. Collateral also encourages hard work for the prosperity of the business, since if the business fails the owner will lose out.

Character

The type of person that the investors are potentially lending to. This usually relates to credit scores, debt, and the overall financial profile of the potential business owner.

Capital Assets

Usually refers to machinery or other equipment that the business may own that could be sold by the bank in the case of liquidation. For example, if a potential business owner already has equipment from a previously owned pub.

Capacity to Repay

In order for the business to recoup their original investment, they want a business opportunity where income exceeds expenditure. Here an investor wants to see realistic sales forecasts to show that your pub can and will make money.

There is help available in the form of start-up loans, which can be used in conjunction with other funding.

Finding Pubs for Sale

Finding the location that is just right for the type of pub you want to run can be difficult. This is because demographics, local wealth, immediate surrounding areas and local tastes all need to be considered. A prospective business owner needs to consider carefully where they will locate when running a pub. This could be close to home for a convenient commute or somewhere with a better demographic or infrastructure. When looking for pubs for sale, website such as Fleurets offer an extensive selection.

Buying the Property

When a suitable property does come along, going about purchasing it can be an arduous process. Large sums of money need spending, not just on the property itself but on the financing of the mortgage.
Acorn.Finance aim to streamline and improve this process, and as commercial mortgage brokers, they are able to find from their pool of 250 lenders a deal that will suit the client as best as possible.

Managed, Tenancy, Lease or Freehold Pub

These are the four main types of pub ownership arrangement, and a prospective owner needs to decide which will suit them best.

Managed

The company or brewery that owns such a pub employs and trains managers but owns the business. This is the cheapest option for running a pub, but you will be an employee of the company as opposed to your own boss.

Tenancy

With a tenancy arrangement the manager rents the premises from a landlord over a relatively short time frame, usually from 3-5 years. Tenancies often comes with a tie, such as the tenant having to purchase beer or related products from the landlord. This kind of business arrangement is non-assignable. This means that when the tenant withdraws from the arrangement they cannot take their capital goods/business with them.

Lease

This option involves renting the premises from a landlord, but running the pub as though it were your own. This is usually over a longer period than with a tenancy. The lessee keeps the profits, bears the losses and can also sell the business at any time. However, they are not permitted to sell the property itself. Leasing is more expensive than a managed pub, but gives the owner more freedom and better income prospects.

Freehold

The most expensive method of running a pub, however there is the opportunity to reap much greater long-term rewards. Roughly a third of all pub landlords in the UK own their pubs outright. This means that they have freedom to choose suppliers and are able to lease the premises or put up their pub for sale if they choose. Entering into such an arrangement can cost anywhere upwards of £150,000. (July 2017)

Wider Economic Factors

Even if a prospective pub owner knows where they want to start their business, has secured a loan and knows what kind of management arrangement they would like, there is always the question of how much risk they are taking on, given that opening up a new business is a very risky endeavor. This is due to the fact that start-ups have less money to deal with cash flow shortages in the short run.

Brexit

The Brexit Referendum in June 2016 caused the Pound to weaken greatly, to the extent that in October GBP to USD exchange rates reached a 168 year low, at £1 = $1.217, and has more recently climbed back up to $1.30. This economic volatility with ongoing Brexit negotiations begs the question; is this a sensible time to start a business? This weak pound is good for exporters but is a detriment to importers, therefore holidays to Britain are comparatively cheap. As a result, pub owners may even see an increase in tourist revenue, despite how many are worried about the economic climate.

Business Confidence

Additionally, a survey of 416 businesses carried out by eBay revealed that British small business confidence was on the rebound as of April 2017. This is despite small businesses having tended towards pessimism in December of the preceding year. However, the business owners interviewed did voice their concern for rising inflation increasing supplier costs and forcing their prices higher.

Therefore given the current performance of the economy, consistently low interest rates, increased tourism into the UK and higher business confidence, it could very well be a profitable time for those running a pub.

Words by Jack Ferguson

Crowdfunding – How to invest in the future

In the last few years, a new form of funding has emerged and proven popular with both companies and investors. It’s called crowdfunding.

Put simply crowdfunding is a way of being part of a much bigger product, service or start-up company without having to put too much money upfront yourself – as there is a ‘crowd’ of other similarly-minded people all helping to fund the same project.
It’s no surprise crowdfunding has caught the eye of so many investors. With the financial crash and recession in 2008, came a restriction on bank lending, so businesses needed to find alternative ways of funding new product development or new ideas to diversify. For consumers, the recession brought low bank rates, therefore, low rates on traditional savings and ISAs. All of this has coincided with the rise of the internet and trust incredible websites that offered a different way of investing with higher potential returns.

The figures are eye-watering. In 2015 the global investments in crowdfunding schemes was over $34bn and in the UK it was £3.2bn – up 84% on 2014.

There are four main types and these centre around the way your money is used and what you get in return:

  • Donation-based crowdfunding: you give money to enterprises or organisations whose activities you want to support.
  • Pre-payment or rewards-based crowdfunding: in return for your investment you get a reward, service or product.
  • Loan-based crowdfunding: also known as ‘peer-to-peer lending’, this is where you lend money in return for interest payments and a repayment of capital over time.
  • Investment-based crowdfunding: you invest directly or indirectly in new or established businesses by buying investments such as shares.

Popular Platforms

There are many platforms and some specialise in particular types of funding or types of business venture, from start-ups, to finance, to entertainment and social or environmental projects. Popular platforms you may have heard of and may be worth checking out include: Crowdfunder, Lendinvest, Funding Circle, Crowdcube and Seedrs. This is just a small snapshot of the broad range of providers out there, this is why so many clients use a broker like acorn.finance to help assess the offerings and go directly to the ideal platform.

Crowdfunding can be an exciting way to be part of something that you could never be part of on your own. You can contribute to a fledgling business venture and watch it develop, reaping the rewards as it grows and succeeds.
It’s also a useful way to invest in ventures that High Street banks or other lenders are not prepared to invest in, such as a new product or service. For some investors it’s a way of being part of a local project to make the community a better place.
There are many ventures and opportunities out there so it’s important to research the market and know what you’re getting in to. The rewards can be high, but there are risks. As the saying goes, there’s no such thing as a free lunch.

Risk and Reward

Assess the level of risk based on the size of your investment and undertake due diligence on the platform and the investment opportunity. You should also assess if the investment you make is likely to give you the short or long term returns or rewards that you are looking for. Bear in mind you won’t be part of the FCA’s Financial Compensation Scheme as you are with bank or building society savings accounts.

This form of lending is generally unsecured, so make sure there’s a way of getting your money back and the rewards match your investment. For example PayPal no longer protects crowdfunding investment payments.

In the interest of protecting consumers and promoting the growth of crowdfunding, the leading platforms feel it is important that there be a common set of standards to which everyone adheres. Crowdfunding platforms can follow a code of practice set up by the UK Crowdfunding Association – look out for their logo to ensure they follow this code.

How Does Peer-to-Peer Compare?

Crowdfunding and peer-to-peer lending are often mentioned in the same sentence, but they are quite different. With peer-to-peer lending, investors lend to businesses (or people) and receive interest on their investment over the term of the loan, and get their initial investment back. There are also some tax advantages in that investments can be made tax-free as part of an ISA. With peer-to-peer investment you can also sell your investment on to someone else during the term of the investment (but your return will be proportionately reduced), whereas most crowdfunding investments are ‘illiquid’ so can’t be sold on as such.

Funding the Future

As the crowdfunding process has been so successful, it is coming under the scrutiny of regulators and larger investors looking for evidence of returns. So as the market matures, there could be some changes in the way it is run. However, if it can overcome these challenges and provide a consistent track record and safeguard investors’ money, the future looks very bright indeed. As long as savings rates are low, consumers will look for better opportunities for their money, and businesses will be looking to raise money for development when the bank says no.

For further information give us a call to discuss your investment or business opportunity. If you’re unsure of this form of investment and want assistance with the options available to you then it’s important to use a broker who understands this sector. If you’re a business looking to raise funds for a new product or service, we can help with choosing the right platform and getting your pitch to right to generate interest in your project and attract investors.

You can also check the Crowd Funding Association’s website at www.ukcfa.org.uk
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