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YesGrowth is a leading alternative finance provider offering unsecured, short term working capital of £25k to £250k from 3 to 12 months to qualifying SMEs.

Immediate provisional offer to qualifying companies and funds within one week of confirmed offer.

Key points

  • £25,000 to £250,000 from 3 to 12 months
  • Any sector, any UK location and for any (legitimate) business reason
  • Financial accounts must be filed at Companies House (so trading 2 years+)
  • No Company or Director CCJs in the past 3 years
  • Able to demonstrate ability to repay the loan + interest

How do they charge?

Typically borrowers are charged a flat interest rate of 1.5% per month over the loan term. A modest arrangement fee of 2% of the loan amount is levied, which is deducted from the funds prior to transfer. There is no early redemption penalty, subject to a 3 month minimum term and one month’s notice 

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Why fund your business with YesGrowth?

  • Available to most successful, growing business in the UK
  • It's free, easy and quick to apply for a loan
  • You will receive an instant provisional offer, if successful
  • Funds are transferred within one week in most cases
  • No company security is required
  • Your application is confidential and not visible to others
  • Our charges are transparent and cost effective
  • We're safe, reliable and secure

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