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Creditor’s Guide to Business Funding

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Reliable Business Funding advice

We can help you secure 3rd-party capital for your underfinanced company.

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Call 0207 504 1300 now for Business Funding support and guidance

I&L provides Business Funding services by introducing small business owners to trusted financiers who offer quick and easy asset-backed security loans on favourable terms.

Do you have a solid business model with great potential that requires capital? If so, speak with us before entering any agreement that may prove costly to you or your business.

Our short-term solutions are:

  • Straightforward
  • Stress-free
  • Available to borrowers with bad credit and insolvent businesses.

Moreover, we can prepare and fast-track the application on your behalf, and make cash available within 72 hours.

For example, a business owner whose £200,000 property has £100,000 worth of equity would be required to provide proof of ownership or a mortgage statement.

Following a surveyor's assessment, our lenders would offer up to 75% of the unencumbered equity (£75,000).

Ask a question, we will call you back.

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Invoice factoring

Additionally, our invoice financing (invoice factoring) service can help company directors who are looking to boost cash flow. Factoring is a convenient way to build your business because you get paid instantly. For a 10% management fee, our 3rd-party lenders will:

  • Ensure that your customers settle their invoices swiftly and in full
  • Pay you up to 90% of the total value of an invoice within 24 hours.

We can also recommend a range of alternative business rescue options, including a Company Voluntary Arrangements (CVA) for directors who fail to qualify for asset-backed lending. A CVA is a formal contract between an insolvent company and its creditors, which allows a significant portion of debt to be written-off. The company continues to trade while an agreement is reached to repay the remainder, typically over 3 to 5 years.

But creditors do not always agree to a CVA. If at least 26% of them reject the proposal, the director should consider a Creditors' Voluntary Liquidation (CVL). This culminates with the company being wound-up and liquidated if 75% of shareholders agree.

 

I&L helps promising but undercapitalised small businesses raise funds quickly and privately through 3rd-party financiers. Call 020 7504 1300 now for free and confidential advice…

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