How We Work
Funding made friendly
A relationship approach to business lending – we take time to understand your story, your needs and where you want to get to.
Experienced people – the service is delivered by seasoned professionals with a strong background in the finance sector. We typically have 20-30 years’ experience each across a range of financial disciplines, and we often pool resources and opinions amongst the team to get you the best result.
Wide network – the Funding Friends are all experienced, respected professionals with vast networks – we’ve worked at multiple lenders in our careers and this helps us not only identify the right lender or service provider for your needs, but also the right person at that organisation enabling us to ensure we get to the right answer – at pace!
Good tech – we’ve invested in systems to ensure we keep completely up to date with market trends and to ensure that your experience is a slick as possible – for example we minimise paperwork with electronic documents and e-signatures.
Simple and transparent – we’ll keep the experience of achieving your funding goals as simple as possible, no dramas, no jargon just a good friendly experience (with all charges outlined upfront) that delivers what you need so that when you need something else, we’ll be your first call.
Funding in three steps
We have a wide range of experience and industry contacts and this gives us a strong insight into what is available in the market place, and we are constantly horizon scanning and working with lenders to ensure we have a sound breadth and depth of product and market knowledge.
We combine our market knowledge with a systematic assessment of your current situation and your desired outcome. Based on this we will provide you with initial options for funding and if you are happy with them you can proceed through a full application, at all times it is your decision to progress with the funding and you should obtain advice from your advisors, for instance your accountant and solicitor on whether they agree on the proposed funding structure.