Looking for Funding?
NACFB Brokers are here to help
As funding for Small Businesses has become more difficult, the advantage of using a broker to help fund your business has now become more important than ever and this has been recognised at the highest possible level.The NACFB is engaged with Government and HM Treasury in sourcing not only High Street lending but alternative forms of Finance to help SME UK.
If you're a small business looking for finance, try our sister site www.findSMEfinance.co.uk - it will put you in touch with the right commercial finance broker for your needs and location.
Who are the NACFB's members?
As of February 2017 the Association comprises over 1600 commercial finance brokers covering the whole of the UK. They're required to have Full or Limited Consumer Credit Permission, Professional Indemnity Insurance, a Data Protection Licence, and a good track record with nationally recognised lenders. They're brokers you can rely on 100%.
NACFB Compliance Services
For our members, Compliance Services is our simple-to-use service that will keep you in line with FCA regulations at all times. It's been developed with our partners at SimplyBiz.
How can I join?
If you're already keen to join us, you can do so using the join Us tab at the top of the screen (or click the Join Now button at the foot of this box).
Remember we'll be asking questions about your FCA status, Data Protection licence, Professional Indemnity insurance and background in commercial finance so we can approach lenders for references. We also carry out a credit check on all applicants.
Why become a member of the NACFB?
We'll keep you informed about what you need to do to comply with the Consumer Credit Act. We've created a dedicated service to make sure you get guidance and the right advice.
Over the last 25 years the NACFB has worked tirelessly to raise the standards and profile of the Commercial Finance industry.
The NACFB is very pleased to be sponsored by Shawbrook Bank.
The NACFB events calendar 2016 is open for viewing. We'll be running a number of workshops and seminars all across the UK as in previous years.