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Asset Finance for Education

Key benefits:

  • Spread the cost of your investments over 1 to 5 years
  • Quicker ROI and breakeven point
  • Get the equipment you need today without the upfront cost
  • Solutions tailored to your schools' needs
  • Competitive rates
Summary

The equipment you need today

With schools, academies, colleges, universities and other educational institutes working to strict budgets and having to justify each expenditure, it can be difficult to acquire the assets and equipment that schools need to keep them up-to-date with technology.

With competition between educational institutes fiercer than ever, one way to differentiate is the extent to which schools can adopt the latest equipment and modern-day learning environments.

Asset finance can allow schools to acquire the technology that they need, and have it installed, before starting to pay towards the equipment, which can help manage budgets. Predictability over cash flow can accelerate return on investment. It also allows you to create modern facilities for learning for the benefits of your students.

As a BESA member, you can be assured that Wesleyan Bank is a reliable and trusted provider to the education sector.


Speak to one of our dedicated and knowledgeable account managers today to see how we can help your school achieve its technological ambition today.
Call our team free on 0800 980 9348 Monday to Friday 8.30am - 5.30pm or contact Wesleyan Bank

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