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New Lenders Approved for CBILS

The British Business Bank has announced the approval of four new lenders for accreditation under the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS). The new lenders include; The FSE Group, FW Capital, Mercia Asset Management and Whiterock Finance. The Bank said these lenders will be able… Read More

Over £27 Billion Provided by CBILS, CLBILS and Bounce Back Loans

Each week, HM Treasury publishes updates on approved lending under three COVID-19 related support schemes. This week HM Treasury said £12.47 billion has been approved in the ongoing programs. The breakdown of the funding is as follows: Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS) Data up… Read More

CBILS and Bounce Back Loan Data Dashboard Launched by Rangewell

Rangewell, a business finance firm that assists SMEs in accessing capital, has launched a dashboards tracking the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS) and the Bounce Back Loans – two UK government programs providing support to smaller firms that have struggled in the wake of… Read More

Will UK Government Deliver on Its Promise with CBILS 2.0 Stalled and the Bounce Back Loan Bubble Now Burst?

Some people in government here are talking as if the crisis is over, and that they’ve done all they can for businesses. There are worrying signs that the initial good intentions are fading and that the temptation to manage the numbers and the messages rather… Read More

Fintech Lender iwoca Approved for CBILS Lending

iwoca, a European alternative lender for small businesses, has been accreditated by the British Business Bank under the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS). iwoca says that existing customers impacted by COVID-19 will be able to apply this week, followed gradually by new customers. The… Read More

HM Treasury Posts Figures on COVID-19 Support Schemes, Over £22 Billion in Lending

HM Treasury has provided an update on the progress of the various COVID-19 support programs that have been put in place in the last two months. According to the UK government:   8 million jobs have now been furloughed with £11.1 billion claimed so far… Read More

British Business Bank: More Lenders Added to BBLS and CBILS Including MarketFinance

The British Business Bank has announced new lenders approved for the Bounce Bank Loan Scheme (BBLS) as well as the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS). The BBLS and CBILS are two programs designed to support the UK economy during the COVID-19 pandemic. Two new… Read More

Starling Bank CEO Provides Update on CBILS Lending, Doubles as Customer Support

Starling Bank, a leading UK digital bank, has been moving rapidly to implement COVID-19 business relief programs authorized by the UK government. Starling is the first Fintech to be approved as a Bounce Back Loan (BBLS) provider and, earlier this week, Starling and Funding Circle… Read More

Starling Bank and Funding Circle Form Partnership on SME Lending Under CBILS

Digital bank Starling and Funding Circle (LSE: FCH), a marketplace lending platform serving SMEs, have formed a strategic partnership to provide loans to small businesses under the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS). According to a note from Starling, the bank will lend via Funding… Read More

UK Lenders Have Provided Over £14 Billion in Various COVID-19 Loan Programs

HM Treasury provided an update today on the progress of the various programs designed to backstop the UK economy. These programs include the Bounce Back Loan Scheme (BBLS) targeted at sole traders and small firms, the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS) for small and… Read More

British Business Bank Adds New Lenders to CBILS Including Fintechs

The British Business Bank has announced nine new lenders for accredited under the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS), bringing the total number of CBILS lenders to over 60, according to a release. The new lenders include: Assetz Capital, Atom bank, Ebury, Fleximize, Investec, Social… Read More

Over £4.1 Billion Has Been Distributed to UK Businesses Under the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme

UK Finance has posted its weekly update as to the amount and number of loans distributed to SMEs impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. According to the data, £4.157 billion has been approved under the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS) for 25,262 loans. 52,807 applications… Read More

British Business Bank: New Lenders Added to CBILS Including ThinCats

  The British Business Bank has announced multiple new lenders added to the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS). Today, the British Business Bank has revealed the approval of the Allied Irish Bank (GB)/AIB (NI), ThinCats, Paragon Bank and IGF. These four lenders will join… Read More

Dear Chancellor: Rangewell Demands More Transparency in CBILS in Open Letter Addressed to Rishi Sunak

Rangewell, a firm that works with UK SMEs and their advisors to help them find, compare, and apply for business finance, has published another 0pen letter directed to Chancellor of the Exchequer Rushi Sunik. Late last month, Rangewell published a different open letter addressing the… Read More

Funding Xchange Change Teams Up With Experian to Help Banks Triage CBILS Lending Inquiries

Funding Xchange (FXE), a UK-based fintech that helps people and organizations find suitable business loans and funding options from its marketplace of more than 45 established lenders, announced on Tuesday it has formed a new partnership with Experian to launch an online service for banks… Read More

Online SME Lender Funding Circle Approved for CBILS Lending

SME Marketplace lending platform Funding Circle (LSE:FCH) has been approved by the British Busines Bank as a lender under the  Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS). The online lender becomes one of a handful of Fintechs in the UK facilitating the program. Funding Circle said… Read More

HM Treasury Expected to Announce Support for Startups Hit by COVID-19 Crisis

Startups and early-stage firms are vital to any economy that seeks to foster robust growth and wealth creation. Yet many early-stage firms are focused more on growth than earnings, and thus would not qualify for the programs bundled together by the UK government during the… Read More

Digital Bank Starling Bank Comments on Being Accredited as a CBILS Lender

Following approval by the British Business Bank as  CBILS lender, Starling Bank – a digital-only bank, has issued a statement. Starling is a fully licensed and regulated bank, founded by Anne Boden, former Allied Irish Banks COO, in 2014. Helen Bierton, Starling Bank’s Chief Banking… Read More

British Business Bank Approves New CBILS Lenders Including Fintechs

The British Business Bank has announced new lenders participating in the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS) including several digital banks. Established in 2014, the British Business Bank is the UK government’s economic development bank. The Bank’s mission is to make finance markets for smaller… Read More

UK Fintech Capital On Tap to Help Businesses with Claiming Back Money Lost Due to Coronavirus Outbreak Using “Covid Credit” Solution

Capital on Tap has been working cooperatively with other Fintech service providers in order to develop a software tool, which aims to assist businesses with tracking and claiming back the funds they may have lost, due to the deadly Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Capital on Tap… Read More

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