Posted 3rd January

BiKBBI launches new fund sourcing service

3rd January 2019 - 15:31pm
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The British Institute of Kitchen, Bedroom & Bathroom Installation – BiKBBI – has launched a new financial services product, Funder Finder, to “help members source financial funding solutions for their business”.

The new Funder Finder is designed to provide “free and simple access” for its members to source financial funding including vehicle and asset financing, cash flow loans, commercial mortgages, invoice finance, pension-led funds, term loans and trade finance.

“We are excited to be partnering with BiKBBI,” said Funder Finder business development director Anthony Carty. “This is an important collaboration for both BiKBBI and Funder Finder to make access to finance easier and more transparent for an essential part of the UK economy.”

BiKBBI communications manager Nicole Mercer, pictured, added: “Many businesses will require some form of funding to drive commercial development. BiKBBI’s Funder Finder is a robust, simple and safe option for our members and another addition to our growing portfolio of member benefits.”

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