Nationwide Corporate Finance

Nationwide Corporate Finance has arranged over £3.1 billion of secured finance, for more than 25,000 separate businesses, within the past 30 years.

Who is Nationwide Corporate Finance?

Nationwide Corporate Finance provides the financing you need for your business projects and growth plans - but it’s business funding with a difference.

They do not rely on outdated credit questionnaires or machines to make finance approval decisions. All applications are considered by their specialist team of finance experts who aim to do what they can to approve your application.

What type of business funding does Nationwide Corporate Finance offer?

Nationwide Corporate Finance doesn’t offer traditional business loans, instead, they offer finance agreements.

This will be based on a tax-efficient asset finance or sale and hire back arrangement. A sale and hire back agreement means you will sell some of your goods and hire them back from their partner company, Bluerock Secured Finance Limited. All finance agreements are secured.

Nationwide Corporate Finance also offers start-up funding which works as a similar finance agreement. They realise that start-ups often struggle to find funding from traditional lenders, so they have unique financing options especially for those new to the business world.

All finance agreements can be settled early without additional penalties, although, this will not change the settlement figure.

How do you apply and qualify for funding with Nationwide Corporate Finance?

After applying for Nationwide Corporate Finance, you will have a decision made within two hours. Nationwide Corporate Finance aims to approve as many people as they can and will process all applications on the same day.

Once you have been approved and you have agreed to the drawn-up finance agreement, you will have the funds immediately transferred to your bank account.

To be approved, you will need to provide a personal guarantee to support your agreement and you may also need to provide a guarantor for business liabilities. This will all be dependent on the finance agreement and the amount borrowed.