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your business potential.

We can assist in the loan application process by providing support from our Investment Managers.

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Business loans between £1,000 and £250,000. These can be used to provide additional capital or headroom in cash flow where additional bank support is unavailable and/or to provide gap funding for growth and development projects.

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Business loans up to £250,000. These can be used to provide additional capital or headroom in cash flow where additional bank support is unavailable and/or to provide gap funding for growth and development projects.

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Business Loans

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your business potential.

We can assist in the loan application process by providing support from our Investment Managers.

You can get started right away, you know.

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Finance For Enterprise has a team of Investment Managers ready to personally discuss your requirements.

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About Us

About Us

Finance For Enterprise (originally Donbac) was created in 1985 as one of the first Enterprise Agencies in the region and quickly became widely acknowledged as a key deliverer of business advice.

Everyone at Finance For Enterprise puts a focus on creating and maintaining personal relationships with the companies that they work with, ensuring a deeper understanding of the needs and circumstances of each party.

Arthur Foreman, Managing Director, Finance For Enterprise.

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The appointment forms part of the company’s business succession plans following a period where he worked alongside his predecessor, Arthur Foreman, which saw the business lending provider enjoy significant growth. In the last eighteen months, the not-for-profit lending provider completed the purchase of new premises to act as the company’s headquarters, secured £15million additional capitalRead more
In March, Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced several new measures designed to support businesses during the current Coronavirus lockdown.  This included the launch of a new Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme. Sometimes referred to as CBILS, the loan programme was developed to encourage lenders to make funds available to businesses facing cashflow problems as a resultRead more