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Training & Education

The NACFB is committed to providing Training and Education for Commercial Finance Brokers and over the years has developed a range of training days to cover all aspects of Commercial Finance. This has included Asset Finance, Factoring and Invoice Discounting, Marketing and Fraud training to name just a few. In addition our CPD programme continues and recording is now available on line.

We offer a new qualification to replace the Certificate in Commercial Mortgages, which has been written in conjunction with all the High Street banks. The Certificate in Business Banking and Conduct (CertBB&C) is the standard qualification for all our members and is run by The London Institute of Banking & Finance.


Commercial Finance Expo

The Commercial Finance Expo is the only show in the UK dedicated to the business finance community. Representatives from funders across the business finance arena will be exhibiting. This year the NACFB conference will be held during the Expo, welcoming speakers who can offer a keen insight into different parts of the industry..



FindSMEfinance lists sources of commercial finance for small businesses, including leasing and hire purchase arrangements, commercial mortgages, and invoice discounting and factoring. It will allow you to search by region or postcode, and will take you directly to the brokers who are best placed to help you find the funding you need.


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Our Code of Practice

The NACFB has operated an industry recognised Code of Practice since 1992 which endorses best practice in the industry. NACFB brokers agree to abide by the Code of Practice ensuring that any NACFB broker that you deal with operates professionally and in your best interest. Any breaches of the Association's Code of Practice are taken very seriously.


The NACFB has established complaints and disciplinary procedures aimed at stamping out unacceptable working practices amongst its members. The Association also aims to protect its members and their clients against restrictive practices within the industry.


There are a number of secondary aims that the Code of Practice has including training and education programs designed to keep all members up to speed with market changes and knowledgeable of the best funding options for their business clients.


The Code of Practice also seeks to arrange for information concerning the services and professionalism of commercial finance brokers to be made available to the business community and the general public by way of books, pamphlets, letters, advertisements, the internet or through the media.

The Code of Practice also seeks to co-operate with and establish working relationships with any kindred associations or organisations.



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