Finance

Monty Python Dead Parrot statue near Tower Bridge in July 2014 - image (resized) courtesy of David Holt

Funding for Lending resembles Monty Python parrot

Ian Currie, director of the corporate finance advisors Seneca Partners, has said that despite Weekend at Bernie's-style posturings to the contrary, the Funding for Lending scheme is dead in the water. ...
HT Brigham have been able to expand their production thanks to a loan from Lloyds Bank - Picture by Sam Bagnall

Coleshill presswork manufacturer expands with Lloyds finance

A Coleshill manufacturer of pressed metal components has secured a £560,000 finance package from Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking to expand its manufacturing space and meet growing customer demand for high volume metal presswork, stamping and deep drawing, creating five new...
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Money for something

The banks are extending their reach into areas that were either the preserve of other financial institutions or previously restricted to large organisations. Ideas like Asset Finance hold out the promise of more flexible financing arrangements; how attractive – and...

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