Looking for a business loan for your limited company?
If you run a limited company and require a loan or other form of business finance, you can apply for and compare a range of funding options from business finance brokers and lenders through our site. Find a suitable business loan for your limited company today.
What types of limited company business loans are available?
From asset finance & invoice finance to merchant cash advances there are a number of forms of lending available to limited companies. The type of finance that you need will depend on your exact requirements and this can be discussed with a financing expert when you apply for a limited company loan online.
Available financing products include:
Limited Company Invoice Finance: Improve cash flow by using money tied up in unpaid invoices as collateral. Lenders will lend you the value of an invoice minus their charge and will typically collect the outstanding invoice payment on your behalf from your client. Alternatively, you can manage the collection yourself. A key benefit, particularly for smaller businesses, is the ability to outsource your accounts payable function.
Limited Company Asset Finance: Financing for equipment and other asset purchases.
Merchant Cash Advances For Limited Company: If your company takes card payment, future card transactions can be used as security for borrowing, with repayments being made as a percentage of your monthly card takings. Business’s benefit from the fact that repayment amounts are tied to daily card takings, therefore repayments are less in quieter periods.
Is my limited company eligible for a business loan?
We work with a panel of brokers, banks and alternative lenders, with the aim of helping more limited companies access the finance or loans they need to ultimately thrive and grow. If your limited company would not qualify for a business loan from the bank, alternative lenders have a range of products at competitive interest rates.
Apply for a limited company business loan
Application is free and easy. Visit the application form and submit your initial business information. You will then be contacted by a broker to discuss financing options and to provide additional business information including financial accounts, bank statements and possibly a business plan to help with the lender’s decision.