Established in 2014, UK-based YesGrowth connects investors with loan portfolios for SMEs across Europe. It does this by integrating with a number of specialist lenders, but companies seeking finance can also apply for a loan through the YesGrowth site – it offers both secured and unsecured loans to help fund projects or smooth out large, irregular payments.
Help your business grow with Nucleus Cash Flow Finance
If your business has been trading for at least 3 years, Nucleus Cash Flow Finance can provide the additional funds for your SME needs.
Yes, as with all responsible lenders, YesGrowth will carry out a credit check on both you and your business, using a credit reference agency. This will only happen once you have been given a quote and want to formally apply.
No, YesGrowth only provides loans to businesses that meet the minimum criteria, have revenues and the ability to repay the loan.
Your Companies House registration number.
Some background information on the business (contact name, website, brief description, sector).
Financial information including:
Sales revenue for the current financial year.
Operating profit, before interest and tax, for the current financial year.
Forecast operating profit, before interest and tax, for the next 12 months.
Total current debt, including overdraft, all existing loans, HP and lease arrangements.
You can talk to a YesGrowth adviser for free about your business needs and they will help you to choose the most suitable funding solution for you.
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