Our article discusses some of the current loan market dynamics and how these support Barclays’ belief that it is a good time to explore how you could structure a transaction to benefit your business in the long term.
Many of Britain’s fastest-growing tech firms fund their growth by tapping external sources of finance and pursuing multiple options zealously. What can your business learn from the sector?
The signing of the Paris Agreement at last year’s COP-21 United Nations conference on climate change, will, in Barclays’ view, reinforce financial regulators’ interest in climate and carbon-pricing risk and give further impetus to investor initiatives around portfolio decarbonisation.
Barclays can help businesses explore how to more efficiently utilise their existing asset base, or future capital expenditure, to provide additional or alternative borrowing facilities through Asset Finance or Asset-Based Lending.
Innovative funding ideas are providing new options for SMEs and these developments are also generating new approaches for lenders to larger corporates.
Pressure is mounting on both Retailers and Wholesalers to pay suppliers faster. We spoke to Martin Sykes of Sykes Seafood and Jeff Evans of Barclays to find out how businesses can bridge the gap in their cash flow cycle and use tailored lending to effectively finance their growth.
Acquisition is back on the menu for corporates. One of the key ingredients for success is a financing solution that matches your appetite for growth.
Changes to the banking landscape, further development of non-bank lending channels, and more sophisticated borrowing requirements have created a suite of financing options for corporate borrowers. Read more about this dynamic funding market and how Barclays can support strategic growth planning and idea generation.
As positive economic news generates increased confidence among UK corporates, now is a good time to explore expansion plans.
Traditional loans and overdrafts aren’t the only way to fund business growth. Alongside banks, potential funding sources include the Business Growth Fund or your major corporate customers. Consider the best way to unlock your growth potential.
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