What we do?
A premier Business Asset Finance Broker.
Your Business Assets, from vehicles to equipment and machinery.
Your ‘Working Capital’
Your Commercial Property
Why use us?
We are independent and work for you first and foremost
We can provide an addition to any existing Banking facilities
National strength but local service
We are not a Bank. It is our business. If you are not happy, we do not have a business
An ‘old school’ approach with ‘old school’ values
250 years’ combined experience in Business Finance
We tailor individual funding packages to best suit your business’ requirements.
We do not advertise but rely on recommendations from our existing customers
Feel free to put us to the test!
Business Finance Trust was created in 2004 when directors John Davies, Gareth Davies and Ian Berridge were dissatisfied working for major banks. The enjoyment of work had gone, and customers were not getting what they needed. They took a brave step in leaving 25 years’ service and financial security to create Business Finance Trust, with the aim of providing Asset Funding and Working Capital to businesses, in a way that best suited the customer.
The basis on which we started ‘putting the customer first’ has been the reason for our continued growth and the smile on our faces (most days!).
We are ‘old school’. We want our customers to be happy. This, in turn, makes us happy, and both parties businesses thrive. This may not be normal commercial practice amongst banks and providers of asset finance, but we are not a normal provider. Words are cheap, so please put us to the test.
If you have a complaint about our service, please contact us by post at:
Business Finance and Leasing plc
By telephone on 01792 399785
By email at [email protected].
We will acknowledge your complaint within five working days. We aim to resolve complaints within two weeks and to provide a final response to all complaints within four weeks.
If your agreement is regulated under the Consumer Credit Act and if after making a complaint you are still unhappy and feel the matter has not been resolved to your satisfaction please contact the Financial Ombudsman Service (http://www.financial-ombudsman.org.uk/).