Coronavirus Statement

Cashflow Solutions for Businesses Affected by Coronavirus

We want to assure you that PMD is fully functional for business during this difficult period. Being one of the largest independent finance providers in the U.K. means that we have access to a wide and diverse panel of funders who will support you during these difficult times.

PMD’s Director, Tom Brown commented: “Trading conditions are turbulent at present and the outlook looks likes it will continue for some time. Cash flow concerns are at the forefront of most SME owners’ minds but, don’t worry, we can support you with a range of facilities that will ease cash flow pressure.

If you are looking at new business assets, rates are currently very competitive and we can consider no deposit, low start payment schemes and VAT deferrals. All facilities can be approved within a matter of hours and funds released within days, so please get in touch today to discuss your options. Please be assured everyone at PMD is here to support you during these challenging times.”

We can support you with a range of facilities that will ease cash flow pressure. These include:

Asset Refinance – raising money against existing assets or reducing your current finance commitments with interest only refinance packages

Business Loans – temporary or emergency loans to support working capital requirements.

Invoice Finance – unlock crucial funds tied up in outstanding invoices and payments due from slow payers.

Merchant Cash Advance – for businesses with a debit/credit card terminal. A product designed specifically for B2C businesses, which allows you to advance cash against future card takings.

Get in touch with our team of experts to discuss how we can help on 0161 633 2548.

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