Available loans for business in the UK?

HBG Advisory > Available loans for business in the UK?


2020 has been an extraordinary year for UK businesses. The government, under the instruction of Rishi Sunak, The Chancellor of the Exchequers, set out a series of support to help bolster the UK economy over the pandemic. Many companies, though not all, have utilised loans titled CBILS and Bounce Back Loans. However, subject to the pandemic downturn and the UK economy refloating. Additional working capital will be required, provided companies do not fail.

We list some available financial loans available for ease of use. We do though comment that list is not exhaustive.

However, an established or even new business needs extra money for various reasons, such as:

  • A downturn in the industry;
  • An unplanned accident;
  • Normal business variation;
  • Launching a new marketing campaign;
  • General development;
  • Superseding equipment, with a later cost-efficient item of plant.

Types of finance therefore to consider

Other than those provided during the Coronavirus COVD19 Pandemics, then options to consider remain:

  • Accounts Receivable; 
  • Aircraft Financing & Leasing:
    • Capital lease;
    • Operating lease;
    • Secured loan. 
  • Asset-Based; 
  • Capital Equipment Financing & Equipment Finance;
  • Commercial Financing;
  • Commercial Property;
  • Equipment Leasing;
  • Equipment Lines of Credit;
  • Factoring;
  • Inventory Financing;
  • Invoice Financing;
  • Lines of Credit (Business and Commercial);
  • Merchant Cash Advance (MCA);
  • Recourse Factoring;
  • Small Business Lending;
  • Startup Business Loans;
  • Term Loans;
  • Unsecured Working Capital Loans;

Therefore, there are various types of business finance options. However, many more forms of loans exist, other than listed above. However, the above are the main ways of business funding. Each selection therefore helps businesses get a type of financing that fits their requirements. 

However, while UK businesses are in the second lockdown. Companies considered viable will therefore need to consult with their accountants and financiers to ensure they can grow again. Cash, once the pandemic is over, will be limited. As at the time of writing, corporate insolvency has not surged. Will that surge happen? Nobody knows, hopefully, though, that the economy will be sustainable.

However, many directors are concerned about the first tranche of Bounce Back Loans, as the pandemic has entered a second lockdown. For further information, view Liquidation and Bounce Back Loans.