Commercial Borrowing in UK: Alternative Financing Schemes Gaining Traction, Finds a New Study

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Albany, US, 2018-Jan-12 — /EPR Network/ —A new research report highlighting the key trends that are shaping the commercial borrowing landscape in UK has been added to the comprehensive repository of Market Research Hub (MRH). According to the research titled “Commercial Borrowing – UK – November 2017” lenders are finding it challenging to prove a robust trading history, and this has led to financing from alternative lenders. The report is a credible source of information for stakeholders looking to gain competitive insights on the state of commercial borrowing in UK.

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According to the report, Brexit can induce changes in the lending process, as investors are likely to be bogged by challenges associated with the scope for businesses in the future. The gross lending is likely to witness an increase as investors are expecting that the interest rates will further increase. The role of technology in improving finance accessibility, combined with current lending model has also been discussed in the report. The increasing incidences of company insolvencies is being seen as an indicator of the difficult situation for businesses.

The report also offers detailed insights and analysis on the high value inward and domestic M&A deals during the period 2012-2016. According to the report, nearly 50% of small and medium scale businesses not checked their credit score, and this can create challenges in the future lending process. Peer-to-peer lending and crowdfunding campaigns are also gaining traction on account of the challenges associated with traditional borrowing in the UK.

Although the yields have stabilized to an extent, there has been a decline in the debt rates. The loan originations have also witnessed a decline to an extent, as the weakness in the fundamentals has derailed momentum to an extent. The report opines that there are improvements still needed to boost a holistic perspective and confidence in the market.

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In addition to qualitative analysis, the report also offers statistics and figures on important parameters, such as availability of corporate credit and demand for corporate credit. Commercial lending rates are witnessing a decline, and this can have an impact on the funding for lending scheme, that is expected to come to an end in January 2018. The report also offers a detailed competitive landscape, highlighting the important strategies and business plans of some of the leading players in the region. The financial analysis and company strategy of the players has been discussed in detail in the report. Overall, the report is a holistic piece of information on the key factors that are likely to influence future direction of the market.

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