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As of 11 April 2020, Starling Bank became an accredited lender as part of the UK government’s Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS) and Bounce Back Loan Scheme (BBLS). Starling will not currently be accepting new business loan or overdraft customers outside of the BBLS and CBILS.
Starling is one of the UK’s most popular challenger banks, offering digital-only banking products for individuals and businesses, as well as money transfers, business overdrafts and personal and business loans.
Businesses looking to borrow from Starling can apply for loans between £5,000 and £250,000, with loans up to £25,000 available with a representative APR of 7%.
|Minimum trading requirement||18 months|
|Business types||Limited Company,Limited Liability Partnership|
|Additional eligibility info||You must have a good credit history (your business and all directors/partners) - no arrears or defaults|
You can apply for a Starling Bank business loan by completing an application form on the Starling website. You’ll need to provide the following information as part of your initial application:
You’ll also need to specify the terms of your loan, including:
Starling Bank business loans may be suitable for smaller, flexible businesses looking to secure additional finance to grow or support their business. As with its other products, Starling Bank business loans are digital-only, which means they offer the same kind of accessibility, simplicity and ease of use, but therefore lack the potential advantages of a brick-and-mortar lender.
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