Leasing for start-ups

You've taken the step – or are about to. Perhaps you have a great business idea; maybe you think it is time to do it for yourself rather than for someone else. You might be part of a Management Buy Out (MBO) or have bought an ailing company.

Whatever your reason for going into business you need finance. Banks, investors, venture capital companies and factoring companies can all help at some stage or another. Until now there has been a deafening silence when it comes to finance for start-up businesses from one sector of business funding – asset finance.

Ask a traditional leasing and finance company to fund your telephone system and it wants to know how long you have been in business. Ask it to finance your first computer network and it asks for trading accounts. Ask it to lease you the machine which will make the goods which will generate your profits and it will want to see some profit history before it makes a commitment.

We understand what it is like when you are just starting and we want to help as much as possible. Our consultants provide finance for start-up businesses to acquire business assets including equipment, plant, machinery and vehicles. We also help raise capital by the re-finance of assets you already own or have introduced into the new business.

While we cannot guarantee to help every client just starting in business, we promise that our consultants will be as flexible and helpful as possible.

Click here to download the Leasing and HP datasheet.

For more information contact

Richard Olsen on 0203 327 0567 or email: info@pegasusfunding.co.uk.

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Leasing for growth companies

At Pegasus Funding Resources we have over 25 major leasing providers on our panel. These include tier one, tier two and tier three asset funders; whatever your needs and circumstances we can find the most suitable source of leasing for you.

Commercial asset finance offers companies an attractive alternative to other forms of financing such as overdrafts or bank loans. These methods of funding are often inflexible compared to commercial asset finance.

By choosing commercial asset finance a business can employ the underlying value of its assets and management team, rather than just depending on its past financial performance, to support an application for a loan. We have flexible solutions for all tangible asset types including most types of stock, plant, machinery and vehicles; we can even finance IT including computers, servers, printers, telecoms and software.

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For more information contact

Richard Olsen on 0203 327 0567 or email: info@pegasusfunding.co.uk.

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Leasing for turnaround situations

Sale and leaseback of existing assets is a very useful way of raising additional funding in emergency cash flow situations.

Unlock the capital already invested in equipment, machinery or commercial vehicles. By releasing cash locked in your fixed assets you can increase the stability of your business. For example, you can use the funds if you have just suffered a bad debt and need to replace the working capital or to finance balloon payments on existing loans. The capital released can help to repay bank overdrafts or reduce monthly payments on existing hire purchase or lease agreements. You can also use the fresh injection of working capital to fund expansion plans and stimulate further growth and development.

Advances range from £10,000 to £5 million with repayment terms ranging from a minimum term of three months up to seven years. Repayment profiles can be tailored to meet your individual business requirements, taking seasonality into account.

Click here to download the Leasing and HP datasheet.

If you are looking for any type of leasing then contact

Richard Olsen on 0203 327 0567 or email: info@pegasusfunding.co.uk.

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