Coronavirus: Could it damage the global economy?

On 26th January 2020Source: BBC News - Business

Inevitably, it will have economic conseqRead more

Brexit: US 'wants to reach trade deal with UK this year'

On 25th January 2020Source: BBC News - Business

The US's treasury secretary says he is "Read more

Harry and Meghan: Hagan Homes apologises over housing ads

On 25th January 2020Source: BBC News - Business

Hagan Homes says its homes "fit for partRead more

Fraud victims 'failed' as criminals 'operate with impunity' - report

On 25th January 2020Source: BBC News - Business

A review into the handling of fraud caseRead more

Home sellers risk losing money over quick sales

On 25th January 2020Source: BBC News - Business

Trading Standards warns homeowners to beRead more

Davos 2020: Quarrels, but little consensus

On 24th January 2020Source: BBC News - Business

The World Economic Forum at Davos producRead more

'Beales failure would be disaster for my business'

On 24th January 2020Source: BBC News - Business

Ian Siddall says the troubled departmentRead more

Boeing: US regulator FAA 'pleased' with 737 progress

On 24th January 2020Source: BBC News - Business

The plane has been grounded since MarchRead more

Flybe owners seek £100m government loan

On 24th January 2020Source: BBC News - Business

The company confirmed last week that itRead more

Airbnb sues US developer it partnered with to build apartments

On 24th January 2020Source: Property sector

Home rental start-up invested $11m in MiRead more

Wetherspoons: Pub chain tells parents to stick to two drinks

On 24th January 2020Source: BBC News - Business

The pub chain says it wants to deter "unRead more

Chiswick property sellers demand top prices

On 24th January 2020Source: Property sector

A lack of stock in this London ‘village’Read more

Property sellers face reduced tax deadline

On 24th January 2020Source: Property sector

Experts warn ‘seismic change’ could leadRead more

Young homeowners catch up with private renters again

On 23rd January 2020Source: Property sector

Owner-occupiers aged 25-34 reach 1.37m,Read more

WeWork sells stake in women-focused office business

On 22nd January 2020Source: Property sector

Sale of The Wing holding comes as manageRead more

Berkeley Group: bricking it

On 22nd January 2020Source: Property sector

Returning cash to shareholders by definiRead more

Debt-laden Evergrande raises more debt

On 22nd January 2020Source: Property sector

The Chinese real estate market continuesRead more

‘Mr Super Prime’ resigns after posting home on Instagram

On 22nd January 2020Source: Property sector

Knight Frank agent Daniel Daggers leavesRead more

US property group Harrison Street bets on UK biotech

On 21st January 2020Source: Property sector

Chicago-based investor partners with TriRead more

Barclay brothers in talks to sell Ritz hotel

On 20th January 2020Source: Property sector

Jeddah-based group representing wealthyRead 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).