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BIZL.co, the UK's free business loan comparison platform, has this week been accepted as a full member of the National Association of Commercial Finance Brokers (NACFB), moving it one step closer to achieving its vision of transforming the SME finance market.
Launched in 2017, London-based FinTech firm BIZL allows businesses to compare finance options from high street banks to alternative finance providers, with over 40 lenders covering all aspects of business borrowing.
Obtaining membership to the NACFB demonstrates the commitment BIZL is making to SMEs, putting business owners firmly in the driving seat when looking for finance. “Together with our FCA authorisation, NACFB membership shows we’re operating at the highest standards and building a trusted, transparent business finance comparison platform”.
The platform is led by an experienced team, including Chief Operating Officer Lewis Stuart, former business and commercial banker at NatWest. Lewis added: “We are a customer-centric business and we pride ourselves in providing a diligent, fair and efficient service to small businesses across the country. The NACFB’s support will be a real help on our journey to revolutionise the business finance market”.
BIZL is a business finance comparison platform that enables SMEs to compare options fast, free and easily.
Founded in 2017, BIZL's mission is to empower small businesses to plan, borrow and grow. With SMEs being poorly served by the incumbent high street lenders, BIZL is working to bring a much needed dose of innovation to the market, encouraging competition among lenders and putting small businesses in the driving seat.
The London-based start-up is developing a cutting edge FinTech platform which will include open banking capabilities, and is supported by an experienced team of finance experts who are drawn from some of the UK's biggest high street banks.
19 Jun 2018 08:30
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