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Coronavirus support: CBILS

We have a range of lending options available to support our business customers through these challenging times, including support via the UK Government’s Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS).

Business loans and finance

We offer short and long-term lending to help you build today and prepare for the future.

Whether that's getting new equipment or quick access to funds, our range of business loans and financial products are designed to help keep your business’ financial management as simple as possible.

Access the support you need to grow your business

Please note - lending is subject to status and eligibility. Security may be required.

Borrowing

View our range of borrowing options that can help accelerate the growth of your business.

Find out more about Borrowing

Commercial mortgages

Consider bringing your business plans to life with a commercial mortgage.

Find out more about commercial mortgages

Appeals

Application declined? Make an appeal and we’ll review the decision.

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Standards of lending practice

We adhere to The Standards of Lending Practice which are monitored and enforced by the Lending Standards Board.

Find out more about Standards of lending practice

* Representative example
10.2% APR representative on unsecured online business loans up to £25,000.

Loan amount: £20,000, Term time: 24 months, Interest rate per annum (Fixed): 9.75%, Representative APR: 10.2% APR, Fees/Charges: £0, Total amount of credit: £20,000, Total amount repayable: £22,102.49

The representative APR is for comparison purposes and shows the annual interest rate that we expect at least 51% of customers to get when they enter a loan agreement with us. The rate offered may differ from the representative APR shown.

The LIBOR Interest Benchmark is ending

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) published an announcement on 5th March 2021 on the future cessation and loss of representativeness of LIBOR benchmarks. The FCA's announcement confirmed that all LIBOR settings will either cease to be provided by any administrator or no longer be representative:

  • Immediately after 31st December 2021, in the case of all Sterling, Euro, Swiss Franc and Japanese Yen settings, and the 1-week and 2-month US Dollar settings; and
  • Immediately after 30th June 2023, in the case of the remaining US Dollar settings

For further details, please refer to the information in our LIBOR Transition - Frequently Asked Questions, which can be found here.

UK Finance has developed a useful guide for business customers to help prepare for the cessation of LIBOR:
View Guide


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