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Time is running out to apply for the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme

Time is running out to apply for the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme

Time is running out to apply for the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme

The window to attract crucial funding from the Government-supported Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS) is closing rapidly, warns asset finance specialists PVS Finance.

Businesses in the construction sector have until the end of September to get grants agreed, worth up to 25% of turnover. However, mistakes in the application process can hamper the progress of applications, with often incomplete or incorrect details resulting in a rejection.

CBILS has evolved to help SMEs across the UK affected by Coronavirus and one of the latest developments is the addition of a ‘Sale and HP Back’ option. This allows businesses to refinance owned assets, either to release working capital or to purchase new assets with a 12-month interest free period and lower repayments.

Accountancy firm UHY Hacker Young says that applications are four times more likely to succeed if a professional is engaged to support the CBILS application process.

Somerset-based, PVS Finance, part of PVS Group UK, is assisting businesses with CBILS Sale and HP-back applications for SME firms wanting to raise working capital against existing assets.

Paul Tregale, the Commercial Director at PVS Finance, says that filing the application with potential mistakes could be disastrous at this stage with so little time left to apply: “There is a significant opportunity to attract crucial funding, particularly since there was a change in criteria at the end of July, but time is running out.

“We have the expertise to access these funds in a way your local business bank manager may not, and unlike using your accountant, there is no set up fee or clock running for our services.”

To date PVS Finance has secured funding under the CBILS scheme for a Somerset haulage firm to ensure its 25-vehicle fleet kept rolling, while a packaging firm was able to reinvest in new machinery when COVID-19 presented a new business opportunity.

Tregale says it can help businesses that have been affected by COVID-19, and would have qualified for funding under the British Business Bank’s standard credit policy prior to the lockdown, to secure finance for a broad range of assets (but excluding cars): “At PVS Finance, we work with a panel of funders and can offer independent advice to help businesses access funding to purchase assets or secure additional cash through lending secured against an existing asset.

“We can help secure vital funding by presenting the financial proposition in the right way – but with little time left to apply for a CIBLS facility, any application that is rejected will, in all probability, miss the deadline. So now is the moment to engage experts to help you with the application.”

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Post source : PVS Asset Finance

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Anthony has worked in the construction industry for many years and looks forward to bringing you news and stories on the highways industry from all over the world.

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