Monthly Archives: May 2012
Another industry we are at the fore front of is the UK’s manufacturing sector. Hit heavily over the past few years due to the economic climate and funding restraints, we have increased our support to this Market and see it as a core part of our business. We have completed over 60 manufacturing transactions this week alone for companies which are struggling once again to obtain financial support in order for them to expand into developing markets or simply assist with cash flow.http://www.ncfplc.co.uk/manufacturing-finance/
Whilst the core of Nationwide is rooted in traditional values and methods we do not believe that social media should be given the cold shoulder. We pride ourselves on being a modern and fresh thinking company and it appears our followers think so to. This week we reached a little mile stone in achieving 12,000 Twitter followers. Thank you to all those who find what we do and say of interest and we will keep you updated with new products, latest news and ramblings.
Our farming and agricultural loans division is growing with strength and this is reflected in the huge volume of successful loans we have provided to the industry over the past few months.
We can provide funding for livestock, machines, tractors, land purchases and also tenant farmers.
Taking a commercial view on each and every farming application we see is giving much needed help when the main stream lenders still seem very reluctant to lend, even though most farmers have been in business for well over two decades.
We have now increased our prominence with our new advert in the Farmers Weekly and will continue to expand in this sector during the course of the year. A farmer’s needs can be very specific and only through industry understanding and knowledge can one be expected to help in a fast and effective manner. This is why, once again, we are proving to be breath of fresh air in a credit climate with a “computer says no” mentality.
At Nationwide it’s not the computer making the decision, and we very rarely say “no”.