Corporate Banking & Company Loans

Corporate banking is simply a financial term for company loans that come with the actual day to day banking facility of the loan to monitor certain carved in performance levels from banks to corporate firms and institutions for various reasons ranging from injection of capital to capital for the acquisition of assets.

Our services mainly focus on debt finance, and specifically, corporate loan facilities provided by banks. The purpose of the borrowing will have a big influence on the type of facility entered into. The main aim of any finance arrangement entered into by a corporate entity is to create or maximize value through the choice of the most suitable finance structure. This covers share structure, buying and selling assets and companies, and raising money through equity or debt finance. 

Our services mainly focus on debt finance, and specifically, corporate loan facilities provided by banks (for more on lending by non-bank lenders such as insurers, pension funds, and direct lending funds). 

The choice of product, vehicle, or structure is very important, as the wrong choice could result in cash flow problems, underperformance (leading to dissatisfaction among shareholders and other investors), and, ultimately, insolvency. To cater to such issues, corporate banking and company loans are considered to be valuable. Because these loans require collateral like property or equipment. Thus, all the financial statements need to be provided to prove their ability to service the debt. 

This area is made more complicated by the ever-changing nature of products and the underlying economic circumstances. These changes will often be difficult to predict, not least because they may be influenced by external factors, which are beyond the control of the parties, this means that review at regular intervals is important.

If you think we can help you then call our helpline on 0208 088 22 11 for a quick chat. We are usually able to tell if we can help.