Commercial Finance Broker Bolton - Hilton Smythe

Commercial Finance Broker Bolton

Finding you the right solution

Investing in a business and searching for funding options can be a difficult and lengthy process. Our commercial finance brokers at Hilton Smythe use their expertise to help you secure the best loan for you.

Whether you are seeking funds to purchase a business or need help with existing cash flow, enlisting the help of our commercial finance brokers in Bolton will help you to find a suitable finance option.

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What is a commercial finance broker?

A commercial finance broker works for individuals and businesses liaising with lenders to secure the right funding option for their client. A professional broker will assess your:

  • Current business
  • Current financial status
  • Credit history
  • Future plans

From there, they can negotiate an appropriate funding deal for you based on your repayment capabilities and amount required.

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  • Over 35 years experience
  • Completely independant
  • Honest Advice
  • Tailor-made solutions

How do commercial finance brokers work?

Once your broker has discussed the above areas with you, they can then best assess your situation in order to make the correct loan decision on your behalf.

As there are a large range of funding options available to businesses of all sizes, a finance broker needs to understand all of the important aspects of a business’s or individuals’ requirements before making a decision.

Some of the more common types of funding that brokers secure for their clients include:

A lot of these funding options wouldn’t be available through traditional lenders, such as a high-street bank, and businesses are often turned away from these lenders due to strict criteria. Our brokers will aim to find a suitable lender that will secure you a loan with ease.

Why should I use a commercial finance broker in Bolton?

Our brokers are highly experienced and knowledgeable regarding the range of funding options available to businesses. A broker will save you plenty of time – you won’t have to search for lenders only to be rejected due to strict criteria. You will also save money by working with an expert finance broker, as they will ensure that you aren’t stuck with a loan that you can’t afford to repay or on terms that won’t suit you going forward.



How much do commercial finance brokers charge?

At Hilton Smythe Finance, we don’t require up-front or administration fee charges. Finance brokers usually charge a fee or negotiate commission for their services, but this will be discussed in more detail once in conversation with our clients and lenders.

What areas do you service?

Our main office is based in Bolton, so we can help local businesses and individuals with their funding needs. We’re also happy to work with clients through larger areas, such as in Manchester.

If you are based in the UK, no matter where, get in touch with us today for help and to discuss your options with us.

Why choose Hilton Smythe Finance?

Our commercial finance brokers are:

  • Fully qualified with plenty of experience
  • Regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)
  • Always GDPR compliant
  • Great communicators that provide expert support and guidance

If you want a stress-free solution for your business regarding funding, let our brokers find you a suitable option that works for your specific requirements. Have a chat with us today!

Types of Commercial Finance
  • High Net Worth Individuals

    Looking for wealth management expertise unavailable at high street banks? At Hilton Smythe, we know that one-size-fits-all approaches can hinder HNWIs’ ability to protect and grow their wealth.

  • Sharia Finance

    Seeking growth within your faith? We understand the unique challenges facing Sharia-compliant businesses who cannot take advantage of the conventional debt-based products on the market.

  • Structured Finance

    Need complex funding solutions? Enter structured finance – a way to design flexible financing solutions that reduce the risk profiles of investments while improving liquidity

  • Invoice Discounting

    Want to improve your cash flow while managing your own credit control process? Invoice discounting is a form of Invoice financing that helps you to confidentially access funds tied up in unpaid invoices to release working capital. Click the link below to find out more.

  • Commercial Mortgages

    Looking to buy, refinance or invest in a business property? Whether it’s to house your own business, expand into new premises, maximise your pension opportunities, or rent out to another organisation, you may require a commercial mortgage.

  • Property Development Finance

    Thinking about your next big development project? At Hilton Smythe, we can support a range of funding requirements – from pre-planning finance, bridging finance, through to commercial and residential development finance.

  • Invoice Finance

    Cash flow challenges holding your business back? Invoice finance is a specialist form of short-term borrowing. Securing timely payments from clients can sometimes feel like an uphill battle, hindering your ability to invest in growth opportunities. That's where our invoice financing service comes in.

  • Asset Finance

    Need to equip your business for growth? Whether it be agricultural and grounds equipment, technology and security equipment, or plant machinery, our expert asset finance brokers are here to help you secure the essential equipment and machinery you need, without upfront burdening your cash flow.

  • Commercial Bridging Loans

    Waiting for longer-term finance to be put in place? Unlock immediate capital with a commercial bridging loan. Ideal for seizing time-sensitive opportunities, our trusted advisers can help you secure short-term loans to keep your business moving forward until your long-term plan kicks in.

  • Business Loans

    Stuck in a growth rut? Nearly all businesses need finance at some point in their life – whether it is for initial start-up costs, or for major business expansions and partnership buyouts.