IMF: What is it and why does it matter?

On 17th October 2019Source: BBC News - Business

The annual meeting of the IMF gets underRead more

Banning out-of-hours email 'could harm employee wellbeing'

On 17th October 2019Source: BBC News - Business

Stopping staff accessing email outside tRead more

Savile Row tailors caught up as US tariffs come in

On 17th October 2019Source: BBC News - Business

Men's wool suits are among the productsRead more

Pound's gains erased amid Brexit deal jitters

On 17th October 2019Source: BBC News - Business

Sterling jumps at first on news of a deaRead more

NBA facing 'substantial' losses over China dispute

On 17th October 2019Source: BBC News - Business

The US basketball league pays the priceRead more

Three phone services restored 'for majority'

On 17th October 2019Source: BBC News - Business

Three says it is experiencing "technicalRead more

Facebook chief rules out banning political adverts

On 17th October 2019Source: BBC News - Business

Mark Zuckerberg says he does not think iRead more

Growthpoint to take control of Capital & Regional

On 17th October 2019Source: Property sector

South African group in £150m move for maRead more

BA passengers: Cabin fumes affected our health

On 17th October 2019Source: BBC News - Business

Passengers on a British Airways flight tRead more

Kevin McCloud property firms face liquidation

On 17th October 2019Source: BBC News - Business

People lent thousands of pounds to a comRead more

Exchange rates: Why has the value of the pound jumped?

On 17th October 2019Source: BBC News - Business

A simple guide to how currency is valuedRead more

China’s offices see highest vacancy rate in a decade

On 17th October 2019Source: Property sector

Trade war and flagging demand create empRead more

MGM Resorts divests $5bn in Las Vegas real estate

On 16th October 2019Source: Property sector

Company strikes deals with Blackstone anRead more

London’s prime property market picks up despite Brexit uncertainty

On 15th October 2019Source: Property sector

Increased interest from buyers who had pRead more

What went wrong at WeWork?

On 14th October 2019Source: Property sector

What are the implications of founder AdaRead more

Vatican police probe Holy See’s bet on London property project

On 14th October 2019Source: Property sector

Chelsea development generated large profRead more

WeWork chases new financing as cash crunch looms

On 11th October 2019Source: Property sector

JPMorgan Chase leads race to complete deRead more

UK housebuilders brace for triple blow to finances

On 9th October 2019Source: Property sector

Brexit, threat of slowdown and end of scRead more

Elliott challenges Unizo management in takeover battle

On 9th October 2019Source: Property sector

Activist fund wades into Japan deal fighRead more

Goldman Sachs sets up crisis WeWork trading floor

On 9th October 2019Source: Property sector

US bank rents space where key London traRead more

Welcome to Bespoke Business Finance

A commercial brokerage offering impartial advice tailored to your needs

About us

Banking and Commercial Finance markets have changed significantly since 2008, with many established lenders either reducing their lending appetite or withdrawing from certain sectors completely. This has created a vacuum which has been partially filled by new entrants into the market, some of which are referred to as ‘challenger banks.’

Clients are finding it increasingly difficult to approach their existing lenders for funding and many new lenders to the market will not allow direct approaches from prospective clients, but instead from a select group of brokers who qualify and structure the deal on their behalf. As a result of this shift, commercial finance brokers are now key as they have the ability to source funding from the whole of the market.

Bespoke Business Finance have been established since 2002 and sit on every restricted broker panel within the commercial finance industry. We therefore have the ability to approach any lender on your behalf within this market and regularly conduct business with 35-40 lenders.

We are fully authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and are full members of the National Association of Commercial Finance Brokers (NACFB).