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Funding Circle Business Loans

Lack of finance remains a critical issue for UK companies with almost 40% stating it holds them back from growing*

With a reduction in lending from the traditional big providers such as banks, more and more small and medium businesses are turning to alternative finance options**

Flexible finance for SMEs
Business loans through Funding Circle

At Pro-Actions we’re committed to helping UK businesses grow and thrive. As part of that goal we want to make sure you have the access to funding you need — that’s why we’ve partnered with Funding Circle.

Funding Circle connects small businesses who want to borrow directly with thousands of investors. They’ve helped more than 20,000 UK business access over £2 billion, winning acclaim for their rapid service and personal account managers.

Funding Circle’s National Partnerships Manager Dan Sinclair-Taylor told us “Thousands of businesses have already benefited from accessing fast and flexible finance through Funding Circle, and we’re delighted to partner with Pro-Actions to help even more businesses across the UK grow and prosper.”

Key loan features:

  • Unsecured loans up to £350,000, with a personal guarantee
  • Secured loans up to £1 million
  • Rates from 4.9%
  • Loans from 6 months to 5 years
  • No early repayment fees

Loans can be used for almost any purpose, including stock purchase, cashflow, renovation, hiring new staff, marketing costs and asset purchases.

Find out more by speaking to your coach or emailing


* UK Bond Network
** Aviva



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