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“We’re helping to shatter the negative ‘alpha male’ image of financial services” says CEO of finance disrupter, Funding Xchange

01 March 2018 11:45


The negative, alpha male, win-at-all-costs image of financial services is being shattered, according to one of the industry’s leading female CEOs.

Katrin Herrling, CEO and Co-founder of Funding Xchange, said: “As a woman who’s managed to succeed in the finance industry I can tell you that the ‘macho-man’, no morals culture is far from true.”

After working in the industry for over a decade, Katrin decided to launch Funding Xchange to support those businesses that find it difficult to access finance.

She added: “Since the credit crunch it’s proved challenging for businesses to access finance, especially from the established banks. At Funding Xchange we’re able to recommend the finance options available that match the requirements of the business, so they are able to make an informed decision.

“We want to put the business owner in the driving seat and make it as easy as possible for their business to grow.”

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About Funding Xchange

Funding Exchange is the leading business funding market place. The innovative platform links businesses to the funders who are most likely to have an appetite to lend to them.
Funding Exchange was one of the four founding portals appointed by the government to provide a declines platform for businesses being declined by their mainstream bank on loan applications.
The platform works with a range of high profile business advisors, such as KPMG, and with most of the banks and lending providers, providing access to finance for many SMEs who wish to grow.

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