How does lending to a company limited by guarantee differ from lending to a company limited by shares?

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I am a mildly experienced businessman via two past limited companies. A new idea I’m trying to get off the ground, on the other hand, will be a limited by guarantee company. But I am worried about how I will get funding. Is the lending process for limited by guarantee companies any different from limited companies? For example, are there any rules I should be aware of?

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3 months ago

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Non-for-profit organisations and charities have access to different lending opportunities because they are set up for the purpose of carrying out non profit objectives. You will still be able to apply for an overdraft or loan like any other kind of viable business, but you will also be able to apply to banks and lenders who specialise in lending to nonprofits and charities.

National loan providers who may be able to assist you include:

  • Charity Bank
  • Triodos Bank
  • Unity Trust bank
  • Venturesome risk investment fund
  • Social Investment Business
  • BIGinvest
  • The Co-operative
  • Social Enterprise Loan Fund
  • Enterprise Finance Guarantee
  • Industrial Common Ownership Finance
  • Charities’ Aid Foundation
  • Community Development Finance Association
  • Social Enterprise Coalition

You may also be eligible for loans and grants from the UK government, the National Lottery and other funders such as the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation. Take a look at KnowHow and Funding Central to find other potential sources of funding for your new company.

10 months ago
 

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