PM+M PM+M, the chartered accountancy, business advisory and wealth management group, has announced a new partnership with Capitalise, a capital advisory platform designed to help SMEs discover finance providers who can add value to their businesses quickly and efficiently.

Having supported clients with raising finance for many years, PM+M understands that sourcing the funding required to grow a business can be a time consuming and often expensive task. And whilst COVID-19 continues to deliver significant challenges for businesses, never has there been a more important time to have easy access to funding – whether that’s to boost cash flow or drive growth.

Products and support which can be accessed include: asset finance; invoice finance; merchant cash advance; trade finance; working capital; property finance; and the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme.

By working with Capitalise, PM+M can offer its clients and contacts access to over 100 leading mainstream and independent UK lenders including RBS, Metro Bank, Close Brothers, NatWest, Barclays and Bibby Financial Services – all of whom understand the unique financial demands faced by SMEs.

Jon Connor – leading the funding team at PM+M – said: “PM+M’s partnership with Capitalise means that we are able to manage our clients’ applications on their behalf and support them at all stages of the funding process whilst positioning them in the very best light in order to attract lenders and secure finance.

Jon added: Working with us and Capitalise also means that firms have more chance of accessing the right lender the first time, and less chance of being rejected which can impact credit scores or result in receiving high interest rates.”

Kayleigh Graham – partnership manager at Capitalise – commented: “We are delighted to be partnering with PM+M moving forward. It’s one of the North West’s leading accountancy, advisory and wealth management firms so we are looking forward to adding real value to its client base in what remains a challenging period for most sectors.”

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