Were you mis-sold a fixed interest rate loan?

  • 19th August 2015
  • News
  • Stewart Hindley

Many different businesses from many different sectors have been adversely affected by being mis-sold fixed interest rate loans, including leisure and hospitality businesses. As we focus on all aspects of hotel, bed and breakfast and guest house finance, we are on hand to help these businesses resolve these issues and stabilise their finances, helping them to have the best chance of thriving even under challenging conditions.

For some businesses affected by these issues, refinancing may be the best course of action to take. However, the fact that these businesses have experienced financial issues due to mis-sold loans may mean that lenders are reluctant to work with them, even if the business strategy is sound. Under these kinds of circumstances, it is particularly important that business owners can find lenders who understand their situation and can see that they are suitable borrowers. This is what we help you to do.

We are highly experienced brokers focusing solely on the hospitality sector, which gives us a unique advantage when it comes to securing the funding or refinancing you need. We’ll assist you with finding the best lenders for your specific requirements, and work alongside you to construct an impressive, sustainable business plan to show them, demonstrating that you’re a great candidate for them to lend to.

We believe that businesses affected by mis-sold structured or fixed interest rate loans should not have to lose out as a result, which is why we devote our energies to helping your business succeed. Get in touch with us to find out how we can enable you to obtain financing at competitive rates, as well as providing full accounting services to help you manage the financial aspects of your business in the right way. From B&Bs to guest houses to hotels, we’re passionate about helping hospitality businesses to thrive and we take an attentive approach to each and every client we work with.

Stewart Hindley

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