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Portman Finance Ltd was established in 2005. We are privately funded and provide bespoke short term, secured loans for commercial purposes.
With over 30 years banking and property experience from the Directors we are happy to consider some of the more challenging deals. If the deal can be secured and there is a viable exit route, then Portman Finance may be able to help.

Portman Finance prides itself on providing finance where other lenders cannot finance. From cash flow funding to development finance, we will consider a variety of deals. We are fast and flexible, you can speak directly to the decision makers and an In Principle decision is normally given within 48 hours.
Portman Finance does not provide regulated mortgage contracts and will therefore not lend on first legal charges over principle residences.
All loans require security and will always need a viable exit route. The loans must always be for commercial purposes and for a term of up to 18 months.

How do they charge?

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Business Loans

This is a commercial loan designed to assist small businesses, whether it is for a working capital injection, to pay rent or to help purchase an asset. The loan must be secured and is repaid by weekly capital reductions with interest being serviced monthly. We are happy to consider Small Business Loans of up to £300,000.

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