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The government's CBILS is now being replaced by the Recovery Loan Scheme (RLS). See how it works and how to apply here.

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With cancelled events, fewer customers and supply chain disruptions, many small businesses have taken a hit during the coronavirus pandemic. If your business has been struggling, there are options for credit from both the government and some private lenders.

As of 6 April, the UK government has replaced the Bounce Back Loan Scheme (BBLS) and Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS) with the Recovery Loan Scheme (RLS). Learn more about it in our guide.

What government help is available?

From 1 April 2020, UK businesses began receiving £22 billion in support in the form of business rates relief, grants of up to £25,000 and a range of loan schemes. The government also urged the major UK banks to make sure the benefits of its loan schemes reach businesses and consumers, and that no businesses are unfairly refused funds.

What is the Recovery Loan Scheme?

The Recovery Loan Scheme is a new initiative by the UK government to support businesses that have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic. It opened for applications on 6 April 2021 and has replaced the existing CBILS and BBLS schemes.

Previously announced as part of the Budget on 3 March, the Recovery Loan Scheme is currently expected to run until at least 31 December 2021.

How much can I borrow through the Recovery Loan Scheme?

Eligible businesses can get access to up to £10 million in finance through the Recovery Loan Scheme. You can borrow a minimum of £1,000 using asset and invoice finance, or a minimum of £25,001 for term loans and business overdrafts.

Where can I get a Recovery Loan?

You can currently get a Recovery Loan from the following lenders, with more likely to join the scheme in future.

Cynergy Bank

Cynergy Bank

Danske Bank

Danske Bank

Swig Finance

Swig Finance

Coutts

Coutts

First Enterprise

First Enterprise

Let’s Do Business

Let’s Do Business

DSL Business Finance

DSL Business Finance

Adam & Company

Adam & Company

Investec

Investec

GC Business Finance

GC Business Finance

Ulster Bank

Ulster Bank

Enterprise Answers

Enterprise Answers

Compass Business Finance

Compass Business Finance

BCRS

BCRS

Secure Trust Bank

Secure Trust Bank

The FSE Group

The FSE Group

Shire Leasing

Shire Leasing

Tridos Bank UK

Tridos Bank UK

UKSE

UKSE

Newable

Newable

Arbuthnot Commercial ABL

Arbuthnot

Leumi

Leumi

Ebury

Ebury

Scania Financial Services

Scania Financial Services

Business Enterprise Fund

Business Enterprise Fund

Paragon Bank

Paragon Bank

ART Business Loans

ART Business Loans

Time Finance

Time Finance

Close Brothers

Close Brothers

NEL Fund Managers

NEL Fund Managers

Atom bank

Atom bank

HTB

HTB

FW Capital

FW Capital

Whiterock Finance

Whiterock Finance

Tower Leasing

Tower Leasing

ThinCats

ThinCats

United Trust Bank

United Trust Bank

Maven Capital Partners

Maven Capital Partners

Eligibility criteria for a Recovery Loan

To be eligible for a loan or finance under the Recovery Loan Scheme, your business will need to meet the following requirements:

  • Be trading in the UK
  • Be a viable business, or would be were it not for the pandemic
  • Is not currently in collective insolvency proceedings
  • Has been affected by the pandemic

You will also be subject to a regular credit check and fraud check when you apply. However, lenders may overlook any recent business performance issues caused by the pandemic when making their decision. There is also no minimum annual turnover or personal guarantee requirements on loans offered under the Recovery Loan Scheme.

Businesses in the following sectors will also not be eligible for a Recovery Loan:

  • Banks and building societies
  • Insurers and reinsurers
  • Public-sector organisations
  • State-funded primary and secondary schools

How to apply for the Recovery Loan Scheme

  1. Choose an accredited RLS lender. There are currently 18 lenders in the scheme.
  2. Contact the lender. You will need to approach the lender yourself, but this can usually be done via the lender’s website.
  3. Wait for the lender’s decision. RLS loans are provided at the discretion of the lender, but you can approach other lenders if your initial lender says no.

You will likely need to provide the following evidence when applying for a Recovery Loan:

  • Management accounts
  • Business plans
  • Historical business accounts
  • List of assets

Can I apply for the Recovery Loan Scheme if I already have a CBILS or BBLS loan?

Yes, businesses that have previously taken out a loan through the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme or Bounce Back Loans will still be eligible for a Recovery Loan.

What can I use a Recovery Loan for?

You can use a Recovery Loan for any worthwhile business purpose, such as managing cashflow and funding growth and investment; loans under the RLS can be accessed as regular term business loans, asset finance, invoice finance or business overdrafts.

When will I need to start repaying a Recovery Loan?

Unlike the CBILS and BBLS, businesses will need to start repaying a Recovery Loan immediately. This includes any interest charges, as well as any fees associated with the loan or finance facility.


Important information

The UK government ended both the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme and Bounce Back Loan Scheme on 31 March 2021, which have been replaced by the Recovery Loan Scheme. The following information has been kept for historical reference.

Coronavirus Bounce Back Loans

On 27 April 2020, the UK government announced a new loan scheme for small businesses affected by the coronavirus pandemic, designed to offer quick and easy finance. The BBLS closed for new applications on 31 March 2021.

Under the Bounce Back Loan Scheme, businesses could apply for a loan of up to £50,000, or 25% of turnover. The government guaranteed 100% of the loan amount, and paid the interest on the loan for the first 12 months.

Eligible businesses were offered loan terms up to 6 years, and all loans were provided with a fixed 2.5% p.a. interest rate. Business owners also did not need to provide security or a personal guarantee on the loan.

Bounce Back Loans were made available on 4 May, and businesses normally received the funds within 24 hours of approval.

Bounce Back Loan Scheme (BBLS) features

  • Loans from £2,000 to £50,000
  • Loan terms up to 6 years
  • Loan amount up to 25% of business’s turnover
  • Fixed 2.5% p.a. interest rate
  • Government guarantees 100% of loan amount
  • Can make early repayments without paying fees
  • No personal guarantee or security required
  • Interest payments covered by government for first 12 months

Is my business eligible for BBLS?

To be eligible for the Bounce Back Loan Scheme, your business will need to meet the following requirements:

  • Has been adversely affected by the coronavirus pandemic
  • Was not considered a “business in difficulty” as of 31 December 2019
  • Is engaged in commercial activity or trading in the UK
  • Was established before 1 March 2020
  • Is not already using CBILS or other government COVID-19-related finance facility
  • Is not in liquidation, bankruptcy or undertaking debt restructuring at the time of application
  • Earns more than 50% of its revenue from trading activity

The following types of businesses are unable to apply for a BBLS loan:

  • Credit institutions
  • Public sector organisations
  • Insurance companies
  • State-funded primary and secondary schools

How do I apply for the BBLS?

To apply for a business loan under the BBLS scheme, you will need to approach one of the accredited lenders listed below, and then approach them directly. You’ll then need to complete the lender’s application form, and your business will be subject to regular customer fraud, Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Know Your Customer (KYC) checks.

Which lenders are accredited under the BBLS?

How much has been lent so far under the Bounce Back Loan Scheme?

To date there has been almost £20 billion borrowed from accredited lenders in the government’s Bounce Back Loan Scheme with more being leant each week. That amount accounts for almost 650,000 individual loans to businesses in the UK.

Date Number of Facilities Approved Value of Facilities Approved
2 August 1,135,575 £34.34bn
26 July 1,113,312 £33.68bn
19 July 1,084,153 £32.79bn
12 July 1,047,611 £31.70bn
5 July 1,013,410 £30.93bn
28 June 967,321 £29.51bn
21 June 921,229 £28.09bn
14 June 863,584 £26.34bn
7 June 782,246 £23.78bn
31 May 699,354 £21.29bn
24 May 608,069 £18.49bn
17 May 464,393 £14.18bn
10 May 268,173 £8.38bn

The government should consider further specific interventions needed to support businesses, particularly those in the hardest-hit sectors and those who have fallen through the cracks. Businesses are expected to continue seeking loans under CBILS and BBLS, and generous repayment terms for CBILS facilities should be sought, with an agreed low interest rate across lenders.”

Mike Cherry, national chair, Federation of Small Businesses

Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS)

The Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme is a UK government initiative that has temporarily replaced the existing Enterprise Finance Guarantee (EFG). It allows smaller businesses to borrow up to £5 million, or up to £25 million for larger businesses, with the government covering all interest payments and fees for the first 12 months.

CBILS loans are only offered by business lenders that have been accredited under the scheme, and businesses will need to apply with a lender directly in order to get a loan.

Coronavirus business loan (CBILS) features

  • Loans up to £5 million for smaller businesses
  • Loans up to £25 million for businesses with turnover between £45 million and £500 million
  • Government guarantees 80% of loan amount
  • No personal guarantees required for loans under £250,000
  • Interest and loan fees covered by government for initial 12 months

What types of loans does CBILS support?

Different lenders may not necessarily offer all business finance options listed above, and your business will remain 100% liable for the debt.

Is my business eligible for CBILS?

Your business will need to meet the following criteria to be eligible for support via the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (or EFG):

  • Be based in the UK
  • Have yearly turnover of no more than £45 million
  • Have a legitimate borrowing plan that would normally be considered viable by a lender
  • Can self-certify that your business has been adversely affected by the coronavirus pandemic

The following types of businesses are ineligible for a CBILS loan:

  • Banks, insurers and reinsurers
  • Public-sector bodies
  • Grant-funded further education institutions
  • State-funded schools

How do I apply for CBILS?

While the scheme is backed by the UK government, the loans themselves are provided by a panel of leading commercial business lenders. To apply for a loan under the CBILS scheme, you will need to contact one of the accredited lenders listed below. These lenders vary in size from some of the more high street names (such as Hitachi Finance, Santander and HSBC) to smaller outfits that have gained government accreditation.

Conister

Conister

Secure Trust Bank

Secure Trust Bank

The FSE Group

The FSE Group

RM Funds

RM Funds

Handelsbanken

Handelsbanken

CWRT

CWRT

Shire Leasing

Shire Leasing

Tridos Bank UK

Tridos Bank UK

UKSE

UKSE

Bank of India

Bank of India

Triple Point

Triple Point

Newable

Newable

Arbuthnot Commercial ABL

Arbuthnot

JCB Finance

JCB Finance

Calverton Finance

Calverton Finance

Leumi

Leumi

Ebury

Ebury

Scania Financial Services

Scania Financial Services

4Syte

4Syte

Previse

Previse

Growth Lending

Growth Lending

Fiduciam

Fiduciam

Western Union

Western Union

Woodsford TradeBridge

Woodsford TradeBridge

Silicon Valley Bank

Silicon Valley Bank

Business Enterprise Fund

Business Enterprise Fund

LendingCrowd

LendingCrowd

Paragon Bank

Paragon Bank

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ART Business Loans

ART Business Loans

Close Brothers

Close Brothers

NEL Fund Managers

NEL Fund Managers

MSIF

MSIF

Chamber Acorn

Chamber Acorn

FOLK2FOLK

FOLK2FOLK

Atom bank

Atom bank

Maxxia

Maxxia

Asset Finance Partners

Asset Finance Partners

Social Investment Business

Social Investment Business

ABN-AMRO Commercial Finance

ABN-AMRO Commercial Finance

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1pm

BLG Development Finance

BLG Development Finance

FW Capital

FW Capital

Haydock Finance

Haydock Finance

Whiterock Finance

Whiterock Finance

Sonovate

Sonovate

Tower Leasing

Tower Leasing

Mercia Asset Management

Mercia Asset Management

ThinCats

ThinCats

United Trust Bank

United Trust Bank

Maven Capital Partners

Maven Capital Partners

Secure Trust Bank

Secure Trust Bank

Arbuthnot Commercial ABL

Arbuthnot

Calverton Finance

Calverton Finance

Leumi

Leumi

4Syte

4Syte

Growth Lending

Growth Lending

Woodsford TradeBridge

Woodsford TradeBridge

Close Brothers

Close Brothers

ABN-AMRO Commercial Finance

ABN-AMRO Commercial Finance

Sonovate

Sonovate

Shire Leasing

Shire Leasing

JCB Finance

JCB Finance

Scania Financial Services

Scania Financial Services

Paragon Bank

Paragon Bank

Maxxia

Maxxia

Asset Finance Partners

Asset Finance Partners

ABN-AMRO Commercial Finance

ABN-AMRO Commercial Finance

1pm

1pm

Haydock Finance

Haydock Finance

Tower Leasing

Tower Leasing

United Trust Bank

United Trust Bank

Conister

Conister

Secure Trust Bank

Secure Trust Bank

The FSE Group

The FSE Group

RM Funds

RM Funds

Handelsbanken

Handelsbanken

CWRT

CWRT

Shire Leasing

Shire Leasing

Tridos Bank UK

Tridos Bank UK

UKSE

UKSE

Bank of India

Bank of India

Triple Point

Triple Point

Newable

Newable

JCB Finance

JCB Finance

Calverton Finance

Calverton Finance

Leumi

Leumi

Previse

Previse

Growth Lending

Growth Lending

Fiduciam

Fiduciam

Western Union

Western Union

Woodsford TradeBridge

Woodsford TradeBridge

Silicon Valley Bank

Silicon Valley Bank

Business Enterprise Fund

Business Enterprise Fund

LendingCrowd

LendingCrowd

Paragon Bank

Paragon Bank

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ART Business Loans

ART Business Loans

NEL Fund Managers

NEL Fund Managers

MSIF

MSIF

Chamber Acorn

Chamber Acorn

FOLK2FOLK

FOLK2FOLK

Atom bank

Atom bank

Maxxia

Maxxia

Asset Finance Partners

Asset Finance Partners

Social Investment Business

Social Investment Business

ABN-AMRO Commercial Finance

ABN-AMRO Commercial Finance

1pm

1pm

BLG Development Finance

BLG Development Finance

FW Capital

FW Capital

Whiterock Finance

Whiterock Finance

Tower Leasing

Tower Leasing

Mercia Asset Management

Mercia Asset Management

ThinCats

ThinCats

United Trust Bank

United Trust Bank

Maven Capital Partners

Maven Capital Partners

Lending under CBILS to date

Lending under the Coronavirus Business Interruption Scheme has now passed £8 billion according to data released on 24 May 2020.

With over 43,000 loans now approved within the scheme, the average amount lent is almost £190,000.

Lenders have also stepped up the approval rate of the loans. As recently as 14 April 2020, only 21% of loans applied for were being approved. As of 24 May 2020, loan approval rate has soared past 1 in 2 with 54% of loan applications being approved.

Date Number of loans approved Value of loans approved in £ billion
2-August 58,595 £13.08
26-July 57,234 £12.65
19-July 55,674 £12.20
12-July 54,538 £11.85
5-July 53,536 £11.49
28-June 52,275 £11.07
21-June 50,482 £10.53
14-June 49,247 £10.11
7-June 47,650 £9.56
31-May 45,843 £8.92
24-May 43,045 £8.15
17-May 40,564 £7.25
10-May 35,919 £6.09
06-May 33,812 £5.548
05-May 32,734 £5.310
04-May 31,539 £5.083
01-May 29,496 £4.746
30-Apr 27,322 £4.436
29-Apr 25,262 £4.158
28-Apr 23,548 £3.890
27-Apr 22,091 £3.647
24-Apr 20,284 £3.379
23-Apr 18,595 £3.123
22-Apr 16,624 £2.825
21-Apr 14,779 £2.538
20-Apr 13,005 £2.228
17-Apr 10,473 £1.907
16-Apr 8,780 £1.594
15-Apr 7,609 £1.376
14-Apr 6,053 £1.116
09-Apr 4,222 £0.811
08-Apr 3,313 £0.613
07-Apr 2,576 £0.453
06-Apr 2,022 £0.292
03-Apr 1,487 £0.195
02-Apr 1,250 £0.146

Coronavirus Large Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CLBILS)

The Coronavirus Large Business Interruption Loan Scheme is an additional government scheme aimed at mid-cap and larger businesses with at least £45 million in turnover. As part of CLBILS, UK businesses can borrow up to £200 million, with a maximum of 25% of the company’s 2019 turnover, or double its total annual wage bill.

The borrowing business will remain 100% responsible for paying back the loan, and the maximum repayment term is 3 years. There are also certain restrictions placed on businesses looking to seek finance under CLBILS, which includes halting dividend payments, cash bonuses and new pay rises to senior management until the loan has been repaid in full.

Government business loans and grants

The UK government will provide at least £330 billion in state-backed loans to people and business affected by coronavirus. Cash grants up to £25,000 will be provided for businesses in the retail, leisure and hospitality industries, and small businesses in other industries will be eligible to apply for grants of £10,000.

This will be alongside another £20 billion in other measures such as tax breaks to help support companies and families. Business rates will also be scrapped for all retail, leisure and hospitality companies this year.

COVID-19 Corporate Financing Facility

Large businesses affected by the coronavirus pandemic can also apply for the Bank of England to buy their short-term debt so that they can finance their short-term liabilities.

The scheme is designed to operate for at least 12 months, and is delivered by commercial business lenders and backed by the Bank of England. In order to be eligible, businesses will need to make a material contribution to the UK economy.

Small Business Grants Fund

The UK government is offering grants for small businesses with a property that is eligible for Small Business Rates Relief (SBRR), including tapered relief and rural rates relief. Eligible businesses can claim a grant up to £10,000, but cannot claim for a property that is occupied for personal use, car parks, or if their business was in liquidation or dissolved by 11 March 2020.

Retail, Hospitality and Leisure Grant Fund

Retail, leisure and hospitality businesses can also claim rates grants of £10,000 and £25,000 provided they have an eligible property or properties covered under the expanded retail discount.

Businesses that were eligible as of 11 March must have a property with a rateable value of less than £51,000. Properties with a rateable value up £15,000 can receive a £10,000 grant, and properties with a value between £15,000 and £51,000 are eligible for a £25,000 grant.

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Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme

As part of its measures to protect businesses in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, the UK government has also announced a job retention scheme to help businesses cover the wages of furloughed employees.

The scheme was initially designed to last for 3 months, starting from 1 March 2020, to cover 80% of staff wages, up to a maximum of £2,500 per month. On 11 May 2020, the government extended the scheme until the end of October.

You can now apply for the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme through the government portal.

Eligibility requirements

To be eligible for the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, your business must:

  • Have a PAYE payroll scheme that was started before 28 February 2020
  • Be enrolled for PAYE online
  • Have a UK bank account

What are my other business finance options?

If your business is ineligible for finance through the government scheme, but still needs a loan, there are alternatives. The government-backed Start Up Loans offers business finance up to £25,000 for partners of new or emerging businesses.

You could also consider the following business lenders:

Name Product Loan type Loan amounts Loan terms Turnover/trading criteria
Barclays Unsecured Business Loan
Fixed rate unsecured loan
£1,000 to £25,000
1 year to 10 years
No specified minimum turnover or time trading
Representative example: Borrow £25,000 over 5 years at a rate of 7.7% p.a. (fixed). Representative APR 7.7% and total payable £30,014.40 in monthly repayments of £500.24.
Funding Circle Unsecured Business Loan
Fixed rate unsecured peer-to-peer loan
£10,000 to £500,000
2 years to 6 years
No specified minimum turnover,
minimum 2 years trading
Fleximize Unsecured Business Loan
Fixed rate unsecured loan
£5,000 to £250,000
3 months to 3 years
£60,000 minimum turnover,
minimum 6 months trading
Representative example for loans of £25,000 or below: Borrow £12,500 over 15 months with an interest rate of 36.4% p.a. (fixed). Representative APR 43.1% and total payable £15,740.33 in monthly repayments of £1,049.36.
iwoca Flexi-Loan
Variable rate unsecured loan
£1,000 to £200,000
1 month to 12 months
No specified minimum turnover or time trading
Representative example: Borrow £10,000 over 12 months at a rate of 40% p.a. (variable). Representative APR 49% and total payable £12,294.
NatWest Fixed Rate Small Business Loan
Fixed rate unsecured loan
£1,000 to £50,000
1 year to 10 years
No specified minimum turnover or time trading
Representative example: Borrow £10,000 over 5 years at a rate of 11.53% p.a. (fixed). Representative APR 12.49% and total payable £13,295.18 in monthly repayments of £221.59.
HSBC Fixed Rate Small Business Loan
Fixed rate loan
£1,000 to £25,000
1 year to 10 years
No specified minimum turnover or time trading
Representative example: Borrow £13,000 over 5 years at a rate of 7.1% p.a. (fixed). Representative APR 7.1% and total payable £15,404.01 in monthly repayments of £256.73.
MarketFinance Small Business Loan
Fixed rate unsecured peer-to-peer loan
£5,000 to £250,000
6 months to 3 years
£50,000 minimum turnover,
minimum 2 years trading
The Start Up Loans Company Start Up Loan
Fixed rate unsecured loan
£500 to £25,000
1 year to 5 years
No specified minimum turnover,
maximum 2 years trading
Spotcap Short Term Loan
Fixed rate unsecured loan
£50,000 to £350,000
1 month to 24 months
£500,000 minimum turnover,
minimum 3 years trading
Representative example: Borrow £100,000 over 12 months with an average monthly interest rate of 1.4% and a 2.0% arrangement fee. Representative APR 22.8% and total payable £109,332 in monthly repayments of £9,111.
Capital Box Loan
Fixed rate unsecured loan
£2,000 to £50,000
18 months
£75,000 minimum turnover,
minimum 12 months trading
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