RfM Partner Paul Newsham is featured in a special report released by The Leaders Council of Great Britain and Northern Ireland entitled The Levelling Up Agenda.
Whether you need business funding and finance to get your plans off the ground, expand your business or keep the cash flowing, RfM Funding Solutions can help.
Our clients and other companies are reaching out to RfM to help them to navigate their way through the crisis with their businesses intact. In the spirit of + more, we are doing what we can, where we can, to help them through.
Have you been unable to access business funding via the CBILS? We have an introductory relationship with one of the UK’s largest independent finance brokers who may be able to source an alternative finance solution to keep your business running.
We have compiled a directory of lenders involved in the government-backed Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme including links to the relevant pages of their websites.
What happens when your business grows fast and your workspace is quite literally bursting at the seams. The only option for IT managed services provider, HW Technology, was a move to larger premises – and soon. We learn how, with support from RfM, HW Technology overcame the challenges of finding, funding and fitting out their new premises in 2019.
Securing the funding you need to get your growth plans off the ground can be difficult and, where large sums are involved, a daunting prospect. Loans need to be repaid, after all. Grant funding can make a real difference to the success of the project. In our latest case study we detail how, after securing grant funding, Bay View Childcare has been able to grow the business, create jobs and transform young people.
RfM Business Consulting has been working with vehicle servicing and recovery specialist, Furness Cars & Commercials, to equip them with the tools to achieve future growth and success.
The owners of Lancashire-based Black Box Security have been clients of RfM Chartered Accountants for more than three decades. When they decided the time was right to sell the business, RfM was there to guide them through the process and help secure a successful sale.
When it comes to raising finance from traditional lenders on the high street, many small businesses can hit a dead end. A new government initiative designed to address this problem – the Bank Referral Scheme – has made a promising start.
Not all that long ago, businesses would have to approach to their bank for a loan or overdraft when they needed funding to grow or a boost of capital to keep the cash flowing. Now they have a number of viable alternatives to the traditional lenders, one of which is Peer to Peer lending – or P2P for short.
Here’s the scenario: your company – or perhaps the company of a relative – needs additional finance to expand. You have the funds to help. What is the best way to provide the finance to the company?