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29% of UK SME Finance Managers Likely to Switch Main Bank Account in Next 5 Years
| FinTech Times

29% of UK SME Finance Managers Likely to Switch Main Bank Account in Next 5 Years

Finastra has unveiled the results of a survey with YouGov exploring the attitudes of more than 450 UK SMEs to banking, and their appetite for new products and services.

  • August 07, 2019
New Partnership Provides Additional Funding Options for SMEs
| FinTech Times

New Partnership Provides Additional Funding Options for SMEs

Alternative SME credit specialist Caple and accountants Dains have announced a partnership to help Midlands-based SMEs access unsecured funding for growth.   

  • July 19, 2019

RISQ Teams Up with Aion Digital to Boost SME Lending in MENA

A new partnership between next generation deposit mobilization platform Aion Digital and RISQ Intelligent Financial Software will bring integrated, AI-enabled digital commercial lending to banks in the MENA region.

  • July 09, 2019
Banks Re-Think Approach as Small and Medium Size Businesses Continue to Power UK Economy
| FinTech Times

Banks Re-Think Approach as Small and Medium Size Businesses Continue to Power UK Economy

GDP grows by 0.5 per cent in the first quarter of 2019, according to the Office for National Statist...

  • July 05, 2019

UK Regions Gain as Small Business Investment Grows

The appetite for investing in UK small businesses is growing. That’s conclusion of the British...

  • June 15, 2019
CYBG continues geographic expansion with strategic investment in new flagship SME hub in Manchester
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CYBG continues geographic expansion with strategic investment in new flagship SME hub in Manchester

Small firms and local entrepreneurs are forecast to contribute £12bn to the local Manchester economy...