At Calverton Finance we excel in offering top end invoice finance solutions through one-to-one, personal service. We also pride ourselves in our knowledge of the invoice finance industry for SMEs, combined with our customer service and personable attributes, which we have always believed are second to none.
And it seems that Business Money magazine, the UK’s largest and well respected asset based lending magazine, agrees.
A black tie, gala awards dinner was held on 28th March, in London’s Marble Arch, attended by the industry’s key players.
Voted for by factoring introducers, in a survey carried out by Business Money magazine, we were awarded ‘Best Smaller Invoice Financier 2017’ confirming our mission statement; that with the big banks dominating the market, we may not be the biggest but we do want to be the best!
Exemplifying Service and Standards
At the prestigious awards ceremony we were recognised as exemplifying all that SMEs are looking for in terms of service within the factoring finance industry; with Business Money magazine stating “Business Money award winner Calverton epitomises everything that the SME owner manager seeks in terms of relationship finance, with 16% sales growth achieved through rock solid excellence."
Our product offering is flexible and tailored to suit businesses within any industry, and of any size. Our approachable manner, combined with our competitive rates, plus our honest and transparent business model means we are one of the factoring industry’s most prominent players for SMEs.
Growth and Expansion
Our clients agree, as just as our business is thriving theirs are too, with an average growth in clients’ sales of over 10% in the year. This strong growth has seen us expand our operations by opening our new Southern office; as our business goes from strength to strength.
Times may be uncertain and challenging for SMEs, but Calverton Finance have been providing flexible and consistent finance solutions since 1998. Our motto is to “Help businesses build, grow and thrive” and we are proud to be recognised in achieving this goal.
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