Nationwide Corporate Finance asset finance

Nationwide Corporate Finance helps companies to unlock capital in business assets.

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Nationwide Corporate Finance

Nationwide Corporate Finance specialises in arranging equipment and cash flow finance to fund every type of business. Since July 2018, it claims to have provided over £3 billion of funding to UK-based companies.

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Key features of Nationwide Corporate Finance

  • Security. You’ll always need some form(s) of security when seeking finance through NCF. A fixed and floating charge over business assets (a “debenture”) will apply. You’ll also need to provide a personal and/or corporate guarantee.
  • Fast funding. Nationwide Corporate finance states that once approved, you’ll receive your funds within 24 hours.
  • Set-up fees. Nationwide Corporate Finance doesn’t mention these on its site so you’ll need to ask.

Am I eligible for Nationwide Corporate Finance asset finance?

You should only apply to Nationwide Corporate Finance if you’re certain you can meet the repayment terms, and your business is registered as a limited company.

How can I apply?

To apply for finance with NCF, call 01234 240155 within office hours.

Alternatively, you can apply via the site.

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