Asset Finance Indicative Terms

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Get an understanding of how much you may be able to borrow and at what terms prior to making a full application. Asset Finance, Leasing, and HP Indicative Terms provide an indication of the finance terms that we may broker for you.
Please note that Indicative Terms are subject to any conditions precedent and are not a guarantee that a lender will lend to you
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Asset Finance | Leasing | HP
Personal details

First Name:

Last Name:


Email Address:

Business details

Company Name:

Business ownership:

Property Name/Number:





How many years has your business been trading:

What is the EBITDA* of the business (£):
 * EBITDA ~ earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation
If  EBITDA is unknown, we will be in touch for a copy of your last years accounts to calculate this figure

Finance details

What type of finance are you looking for:

What is the asset:
Please provide as much detail as possible

What is the total cash price (£):
(including VAT)

What is the total deposit
(including VAT)

Does the price include VAT?

Is the asset new or used:

How long would you like the finance for:

Who is supplying the asset:

Refinance only...

Current lender:

Outstanding finance (£):

Current interest rate (%):

Personal details

Are you a homeowner:

What is your main motivation for finance:

Which statement best describes your credit history:

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What are Indicative Terms?

Indicative terms are the likely commercial terms upon which, for example a lender will lend. Indicative terms are subject to the lender’s internal credit approval and other conditions precedent.

What does conditions precedent mean?

Conditions precedent is a condition or conditions to an event that must occur before a right, claim, duty or interest arises. In a loan, such as a mortgage, a condition precedent is an event that must be satisfied prior to a formal mortgage offer being made.