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Pulse Cashflow completes £14 million financing deal to support future growth

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Posted by Lucie Byron on 10 July 2017

Lucie Byron Partner

Our banking & finance team acted for Hadrian’s Wall Secured Investments Limited (HWSIL) on a £14 million financing facility for Pulse Cashflow Finance Ltd, an invoice finance and credit management specialist based in Basingstoke.

The facility will support Pulse Cashflow in its goal to provide fast and transparent invoice financing to UK SMEs throughout England, and especially in the South East, with the potential to increase the size of the facility in the future as the firm grows.

Pulse Cashflow is a solution-based business which specialises in invoice finance and outsourced credit management. Established in 2010 with a management team that has over 110 years of asset-based financing experience between them, Pulse Cashflow’s strong growth has resulted in their need to access higher levels of funding to meet increasing demand from SMEs for finance.  

"Pulse Cashflow is the type of outstanding counterparty whom we seek to support as they build their business. They impressed us with their knowledge and focus."

Marc Bajer Chief Executive Officer at Hadrian’s Wall Capital Ltd

The firm puts its continuing growth down to its responsive approach to meeting the needs of its clients and providing access to transparent and fair funding solutions for businesses from start-ups to businesses requiring facilities of up to £2,000,000.

Toni Dare, founder and Managing Director of Pulse Cashflow, said: “We have developed a reputation as a leading, independent finance company over the last few years. Our success is based on honesty and integrity, and a hands-on partnership with our clients and introducers alike.

“Our clients are good companies but face challenges as they have limited access to capital. This funding facility from Hadrian’s Wall will help us to continue to serve both present and future clients who are looking to realise their business plans.  Hadrian’s Wall is committed to Pulse Cashflow, helping us to grow our business and we look forward to working in partnership with them as we continue to serve the business community.”

Marc Bajer, Chief Executive Officer at Hadrian’s Wall Capital Ltd, the investment adviser to HWSIL, said:  “Pulse Cashflow is the type of outstanding counterparty whom we seek to support as they build their business. 

“Toni and her team of customer-driven professionals impressed us with their knowledge and focus. We look forward to a long-term partnership with Pulse Cashflow which will allow us to achieve our mutual goal of providing finance to the underserved SME sectors of the UK economy.”

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Lucie heads up our banking & finance practice, acting for for both lenders and borrowers.

Lucie Byron

Lucie heads up our banking & finance practice, acting for for both lenders and borrowers.

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