Saudi oil attacks: Will fuel prices go up?

On 15th September 2019Source: BBC News - Business

The BBC's Katie Prescott assesses whetheRead more

Thomas Cook 'racing to finalise rescue deal'

On 15th September 2019Source: BBC News - Business

The troubled travel firm is understood tRead more

Higher education: is Britain’s student housing bubble set to burst?

On 15th September 2019Source: Property sector

An explosion in student numbers triggereRead more

Why thousands are flocking to corgi cafes

On 14th September 2019Source: BBC News - Business

Corgi cafes are all the rage, with theseRead more

SmileDirect Club: The $8bn braces firm boosted by selfies

On 14th September 2019Source: BBC News - Business

SmileDirectClub sells braces aimed at imRead more

Historic towns to benefit from £95m boost named

On 13th September 2019Source: BBC News - Business

The government lists 69 English towns anRead more

Has the US flotation bubble burst?

On 13th September 2019Source: BBC News - Business

As the market awaits a WeWork listing, wRead more

‘No-one asks new dads how they’re feeling at work’

On 13th September 2019Source: BBC News - Business

Companies are doing more to support workRead more

Pawnbroker shuts shops as it seeks lifeline

On 13th September 2019Source: BBC News - Business

Albemarle & Bond and Herbert Brown sRead more

Property agents seek to put market malaise behind them

On 13th September 2019Source: Property sector

UK house prices have not risen since 201Read more

New Scottish headquarters in Glasgow for whisky firm Chivas Brothers

On 13th September 2019Source: BBC News - Business

It is part of a £500m investment by ChivRead more

WeWork founder Adam Neumann's voting power curbed

On 13th September 2019Source: BBC News - Business

The office space firm changes its structRead more

Has St Ives’ second home ban backfired?

On 13th September 2019Source: Property sector

The seaside town’s rule that new homes aRead more

WeWork looks at curbs on co-founder’s voting power to save IPO

On 12th September 2019Source: Property sector

Corporate governance and falling valuatiRead more

Blackstone’s firepower faces test in tougher property market

On 12th September 2019Source: Property sector

Division has come under fire for aggressRead more

Space comes at a premium in megacities — community does too

On 12th September 2019Source: Property sector

New models of living encourage social inRead more

Spike in New York’s luxury property sales

On 12th September 2019Source: Property sector

Tax deadline causes second-quarter surgeRead more

Singapore property: home improvements

On 11th September 2019Source: Property sector

Good relations with Beijing give developRead more

Canada’s shared-equity scheme raises affordability concerns

On 10th September 2019Source: Property sector

A round-up of world property newsRead more

China’s slowing economy tests policy resolve

On 10th September 2019Source: Property sector

Relaxing housing curbs may be last resorRead 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).