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We wish you a profitable Christmas

Introduction With Christmas fast approaching and black Friday/Cyber Monday having passed, retailers will be hoping for a big spike in sales this December to add some sparkle to another challenging year. The uncertain political environment both domestic and abroad has had a visible impact on consumer confidence and, coupled with rising prices and a weak pound, is adding to … Continue Reading

Don’t You Know There’s An Election On?

You might have noticed that the UK is heading to the polls on 8 June. Elections of course create a great deal of uncertainty. One of the few things we can be certain of is that whichever party (or coalition of parties) succeeds, the new UK government faces significant challenges going forward, not least of … Continue Reading

Billions of ABFAb Finance

The Asset Based Finance Association (ABFA) has reported that the amount of invoice finance secured by UK businesses has risen by over a quarter in the last five years and that the total amount of UK lending secured through invoice financing has hit a record and passed the £20 billion mark this year for the first … Continue Reading
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