Reward Finance Group

Reward Finance Group provide financial solutions for large and small businesses, providing flexible options for businesses to expand beyond their cash flow

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2010

Established

24m

Max term

50k - 3m

Min/Max Loan

1st

Charges

Businesses rely upon powerful financial tools to maintain profitability and fuel expansion, and Reward Finance Group is one of the lenders who facilitate this. Reward Finance Group is a provider of flexible financial solutions that can be used to meet a wide variety of needs, and have created a product portfolio which aims to solve many of the problems that businesses face today.

Among the Reward Finance Group products are secured capital loans, which can be used to inject working capital into a business for expansion and investment. Reward Finance Group accepts a wide range of assets as security and can work with their borrowers to create a tailored set of loan terms.

In addition to capital loans, Reward Finance Group offers invoice financing, which enables businesses to enhance their financial agility by receiving payment immediately for goods dispatched. For businesses which deal in international trade Reward Finance Group offers trade finance, which can be used to pay for the cost of bringing goods into the country.

As with all good lenders, Reward Finance Group is committed to satisfying the needs of their clients, and are able to tailor their products to meet their customer’s situation, helping to drive commerce forward.

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Reward Finance Group
Central House
47 St Pauls Street
Leeds
LS1 2TE

+44 113 733 2620

rewardfinancegroup.com

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Frequently asked questions

What is a bridging loan?

A bridging loan is a short-term loan secured against property. It allows you or your business to “bridge a gap” until either longer-term finance can be arranged, or the underlying security or other assets can be sold.

What is commercial bridging finance?

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