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Compass Business Finance confirms it has been accredited to deliver funding

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Compass Business Finance has confirmed that it has been accredited to deliver funding supported by the Growth Guarantee Scheme (GGS), via the British Business Bank to create further access to finance for UK smaller businesses to invest and grow.


Launched as a successor to the Recovery Loan Scheme, an important new development is the addition of asset based lending (ABL) and invoice finance to the range of supported facilities.


The Growth Guarantee Scheme is a government backed loan scheme that enables lenders to provide finance where they may not otherwise have done so, or to extend better than standard terms on business financing options. The scheme supports access to a wide range of business finance products for UK businesses.


The products under the scheme that can be offered by Compass include:

Term loans of £25,001 to £2 million for business groups, across terms of up to six years.

Asset finance for investments in new and used machinery or other assets, where the finance is secured primarily against the asset itself.

Asset based lending is comprised of two or more types of finance being knitted together to achieve the overall funding package required.

Invoice finance enables applicants to access 85% to 90% of the value of their unpaid invoices the moment they are raised.


Jamie Nelson, Compass Business Finance director, said: ‘We are delighted that the Growth Guarantee Scheme includes the addition of asset-based lending and invoice finance to the supported facilities. ABL typically provides significantly higher levels of working capital than conventional methods of funding, such as bank loans and overdrafts.’


He added, ‘Having been accredited to provide CBILS from day one and latterly the Recovery Loan Scheme, we have been able to support hundreds of additional customers in acquiring the finances they have needed to move their businesses forward. And GGS will help us to continue supplying funds where we otherwise may not have been able to.’




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