Shipleys LLP partners with Capitalise


Shipleys LLP partners with Capitalise

This page was last updated on April 16, 2020

We understand that sourcing the capital needed to grow your business can be a time consuming, and often expensive, endeavour. In these current times of uncertainty though it's crucial.

16 April 2020

That is why Shipleys LLP are delighted to announce our partnership with Capitalise. Capitalise is a business funding platform designed to help SMEs discover finance partners who can add value to your business.

By working with lenders who fully understand the unique financial demands of your industry, you'll benefit from their years of experience providing capital solutions to businesses just like yours. Through this partnership we can access over 100 leading mainstream and independent UK lenders to provide you a seamless funding service.


Finance solutions

Some of the products we can help you with include:

 Asset finance: Fund any asset, from telephones to forklift trucks, through asset finance

    Invoice finance: If you invoice other businesses, use your invoices to get funding

    Merchant Cash Advance: Use your credit card transactions to get funding

Trade finance: Pay for goods based on an order using trade finance

  Working capital: Get a working capital loan to finance every day operations

  Property finance: Get access to bridging loans, development and commercial finance


Reputable and established lenders to give you confidence

Some of the lenders we work with through Capitalise include:

Need further advice? 

Funding success requires more than just completing an application. You’ll need to provide information that is easily understood and attractive to lenders. We can support you in all stages of the funding process and position your company in the best possible light for securing finance. If you need any short of advice, please contact one of the team shown on this page.


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