How does it work?
The Recovery Loan Scheme (RLS) replaced the government’s CBILS and Bounce Back programmes on Tuesday 6 April.
Like the other schemes, RLS aims to help businesses impacted by the pandemic. The funding can be used for activities like managing cashflow, investment and growth.
The government has set out four main criteria points:
In addition, the lenders we’re working with have specified the following:
You can request a call from our team who will assess your eligibility on an individual basis – and can explore the best options for you – simply search your business name to get started.
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Everything you need to know
The Recovery Business Loan scheme aims to help businesses impacted by the pandemic. It can be used for any legitimate business purpose, including managing cashflow, investment and growth.
You will be able to apply for a loan if your business is trading in the UK. You will need to show that your business is viable (or would be viable were it not for the pandemic), has been affected by the pandemic and is not in collective insolvency proceedings.
You can request a call from our team who will assess your eligibility on an individual basis.
Simply enter your company details in the box above, and we’ll compile a range of personalised offers for you. One of our dedicated funding specialists will then give you a call, or you can call us directly to discuss making an application on 020 3510 8130.
You can apply for term loans and overdrafts between £25,001 and £10m per business. Invoice finance and asset finance will also be available between £1,000 and £10m per business.
If you’ve received support under the existing government-backed loan schemes, you will still be eligible to access finance under this scheme, if your business meets all other eligibility criteria.
The maximum you can borrow will depend on their lender’s assessment and scheme requirements.
New lenders under the scheme will be listed on the British Business Bank website as they become accredited. These are the lenders who have been announced so far.
We use public information from Companies House and match that with our lending partners criteria and their underwriting to compile personalised, prequalified lending offers for you.
Once offers are accepted, they will be subject to further checks and full underwriting and satisfactory searches.
Right now, the information we have to create your offers won’t affect your credit score as no credit search has been carried out and won’t be without your permission.
Once we get to an underwriter for review, they will need to carry out a soft search (which won’t impact on your credit score) although some lenders do run hard searches – which would potentially impact your credit rating.