Raising finance for business

Raising finance is a fundamental aspect of any business strategy, whether it be to fund an acquisition, finance a start-up company or to enable growth or expansion at an already established business. With several options available, deciding how to best finance a business requires sound advice and thorough planning.

In addition to assessing your overall funding needs, UNW can assist with business planning and funding applications, giving you the best chance of identifying and securing appropriate funding. Regardless of whether you need advice on grant funding, private equity, development capital, working capital or term finance, we have the expertise to support you as you look to achieve your business goals.

Paul Kaiser
Corporate Finance Partner

t: +44 (0)191 243 6013
e: paulkaiser@unw.co.uk

Samuel Knight International on track to continue major growth following investment

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Samuel Knight International on track to continue major growth following investment

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