Tide Start-up Loan
- £500 to £100,000
- 12 to 60 months
- Cashflow forecasting through Tide Connect
ArchOver connects established UK businesses in need of affordable finance with investors seeking an attractive return on their money. Loans from ArchOver can be used for any business purpose, but are most suited to raising working capital, replacing invoice discounting or factoring, or bank overdrafts.
ArchOver is part of the Hampden Group, which provides specialist insurance, investment and financial support services.
ArchOver provides funding for UK SMEs across a range of sectors using five lending services. Loans are secured with an “all-assets” charge over your business, and your revenues will flow through controlled bank accounts owned by ArchOver. Its specialist credit team performs a detailed credit analysis on each loan before approving it to appear on its peer to peer platform. Your business, and its assets, will then be monitored monthly throughout the loan term. ArchOver has the following loan options:
With all options, ArchOver manages the loan process in the background, but you are left to get on with the day-to-day running and management of your business.
You should only apply for an ArchOver business loan if you’re certain you can meet the repayment terms. You must also:
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