Practising certificates funding for law firms

A helping hand with your regulatory fees

Spread the cost of your practising certificates

Practising certificates funding from Wesleyan Bank allows you to spread your regulatory payments over 10 months. It means you can protect your cash flow and put your capital to better use.

  • Get your funding online in a matter of minutes
  • Protect your cash flow by spreading your payments
  • Payment is made directly to the SRA (Solicitors Regulation Authority)
  • No up-front payment required

How it works

Every solicitor that needs a practising certificate (PC) is required to pay an annual fee to the SRA. These costs can really add up.

That’s why we developed a simple funding solution to help you spread the cost of regulatory fees online in minutes.

Once your agreement is signed, we’ll pay the SRA directly on your behalf. You can then pay the loan back monthly, with your first payment taken 30 days from the agreement start.

Why Wesleyan Bank?

Wesleyan Bank has long provided financial support and guidance to legal firms and lawyers. We’re the only strategic funding partner to the Law Society of England and Wales' members.

Our dedicated account managers have the experience and knowledge to support your law firm, providing a range of funding solutions to meet your short and long-term needs.

Important information

Wesleyan Bank acts as both a lender and a broker. 

Written quotations are available on request from Wesleyan Bank Ltd. Credit facilities are subject to status and only available to UK residents over the age of 18. Wesleyan Bank Ltd reserves the right to decline any application.

The Law Society a professional body whose registered office is situated at 113 Chancery Lane, London, England WC2A 1PL. Telephone: 020 7242 1222, www.lawsociety.org.uk. The Law Society is an introducer appointed representative of Wesleyan Bank Limited.

Depending on the circumstances and where required by law, loans will be regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Consumer Credit Act.