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Practising Certificates Funding for Legal Firms

Key benefits:

  • Fast payment - can be made within 24 hours of application
  • Instant quote - choose to apply online in minutes
  • Time sensitive - if you are running late or miss the deadline we can still help
  • Maintain working capital for other areas of your firm - pay for two or more certificates in one go
Summary

Instant Practising Certificates funding online

The application portal to fund the cost of your Practising Certificates is not yet live but due to open soon for the 2017 season.

SRA Practising Certificates and other regulatory fees often place additional pressure and strains on cash flow for law firms. This is why we have developed, in line with the SRA, a simple funding solution for you to spread the cost of your regulatory fees in minutes online with Wesleyan Bank. 

Spread the cost of your practising certificates over 10 months, maintaining your cash flow and enabling you to utilise cash in other important areas of the business.

We've developed an online portal allowing you to get an instant quote and apply online in minutes, to make this process as straightforward as possible for busy legal professionals.

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

Speak to one of our dedicated and knowledgeable account managers today about how we can help to 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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