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Asset Finance for Professional Practices

Key benefits:

  • Spread the cost of your investments over 1 to 5 years
  • Quicker ROI and breakeven point
  • Maintain existing banking lines and retain working capital
  • No security required
  • Solutions tailored to your needs
Summary

Invest in the future of your practice

If you're looking to invest in the latest IT, equipment, vehicles or software for your business, we can provide you with a greater degree of flexibility and control of your practices finances by helping to spread the cost over time. We can finance your upcoming asset investment over 5 years or less, retaining your company's banking lines and working capital and achieving quicker return on investment and breakeven.

We can provide funding for all kind of asset investment including but not limited to; computer hardware, software including PMS, case management and account packages, specialist business and office equipment, plant and machinery, commercial vehicles, premise refurbishments, office relocations and more.

As the only endorsed finance provider to the Law Society of England and Wales, as well as the Law Society of Scotland, and as a Member Rewards Partner to ICAEW members you can be assured that we have the expertise and knowledge to support your practice.

Our account managers will work with you to create a bespoke plan, tailored specifically to your business needs. Speak to one of our knowledgeable and dedicated account managers to see how we could help support your practice today and in the future.
Call our team free on 0800 980 9348 Monday to Friday 8.30am - 5.30pm or contact Wesleyan Bank

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