Adam Tyler

Adam Tyler launches new SME finance platform




Commercial finance expert Adam Tyler has today (1st Feb) unveiled a new platform aimed at helping small UK businesses find finance.

The former chief executive of the National Association of Commercial Finance Brokers will be using his knowledge of the UK’s business lenders, the broker market and his connections within Westminster to benefit borrowers and lenders who use the new platform FinancemyBusinessonline.

FinancemyBusinessonline enables small businesses to enter their finance requirements which are then matched with relevant finance providers. Once funders show interest, businesses are in control of which lenders they connect with.

The platform has almost 100 lenders registered already and expects more lenders to register and to offer easier access to regulated commercial finance brokers over the coming months through sponsorship. 

Commenting on the launch, Adam, managing director of FinancemyBusinessonline, said: “For all of those that know me, they are aware of how passionate I am about raising the awareness of the range of finance that is available to all small business owners and how they need to be directed to the many ways in which it can be accessed quite easily.”

Adam aims to continue to raise awareness in parliament about the broad depth of funders and brokers available, and instil that same knowledge into all 1.7 million SMEs in which he has direct contact. 

“I have already taken this finance platform to MPs in Westminster in my bid to continue to highlight the opportunities that exist for small business owners. 

“The first SME group to have direct access to the site will go live in early February and all of those providing finance to SMEs, whether directly or through authorised brokers, will begin to benefit soon.”

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