Hitachi Capital

Every day, over a million individuals and businesses across the UK trust Hitachi Capital to provide financial solutions to realise their ambitions.

Who are Hitachi Capital?

Hitachi Capital has been a finance provider for individuals and businesses for the last 35 years. Hitachi Capital works with both small to medium businesses and corporate multinationals across the UK and Europe.

Hitachi Capital UK PLC is a subsidiary of Hitachi Capital Corporation, which is one of Japan’s largest non-bank financial institutions.

What type of funding does Hitachi Capital offer?

Hitachi Capital offers a variety of business funding options for sole traders, limited companies, partnerships, LLPs and PLCs. Businesses can choose from asset finance, invoice factoring, franchise finance and more.

These finance solutions can be used to manage cash flow, invest in new equipment or staff for your business or build your franchise.

Hitachi Capital allows businesses in a range of sectors to borrow from between £5,000 to £500,000 to support business growth. The loan terms you can sign up for are between 2 to 5 years. Hitachi Capital’s Invoice finance service will offer you up to 90% of your invoice within just 24 hours. They then chase up your invoices for you and release 10% once it’s paid.

How do you apply for funding with Hitachi Capital?

Applying for funding with Hitachi Capital is relatively straightforward and can be done online. To apply for funding, you will need a good credit history and to be a British resident for the past three years at least. You will need to provide business details including name, company registration number and a set of three accounts filed at Companies House.

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