MarketInvoice pairs with Natwest to fund UK SMEs

Apr 11, 2018 · bdaily.co.uk

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Business finance company, MarketInvoice has joined a select group of alternative finance firms on NatWest’s Capital Connections panel.

Capital Connections helps SMEs to access alternative sources of capital after being unable to secure traditional financial backing.

Business customers are signposted to the panel of innovative sources of finance including equity crowdfunding, marketplace lenders and now invoice financing.

Anil Stocker, CEO and co-founder of MarketInvoice, commented: "Featuring on this panel will broaden our reach and help even more businesses achieve their goals.

"Companies across the UK are choosing to diversify funding sources with more than £4bn advanced through alternative finance firms.

"Furthermore, the invoice finance sector is providing more finance to UK businesses than ever before. Funding volumes are up five percent year-on-year and stand at just over £23bn. This is the highest figure ever."

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