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In order to grow your business, you may need an injection of capital. But with so many forms of financing available what option is best for your business? Our pages and charts explain.
At some point every successful business needs to grow, and this is made easier with some form of financial backing. One option could be to find an ‘angel’ investor, but if you’re keen to keep control of your business then borrowing capital could be the best idea.
There are many institutions which offer this service in various forms. It could be, for example, a high street bank offering a commercial mortgage or a specialist lender offering a form of property development finance.
While many companies across our business pages are authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), there are areas which are unregulated. Read our business guides to find out more.
When it comes to financing options for your business there are multiple different options on the market. Some options are tailored for specific projects, like buying new premises for your business, while others can be used for a variety of purposes.
This means the best form of business financing for you will likely depend on your business and how you wish to use your capital. So, speaking to a qualified, independent broker could be the best way to investigate all your options. A list of our preferred financial advisers can be found on our website.