UK Treasury Minister Lord Sassoon has unveiled a new website designed to target support to growing businesses. The site, developed by the British Bankers’ Association (BBA) and the UK’s largest high street banks, will provide a range of tools and factsheets to help firms access the finance they need.
Lord Sassoon said: “As a government we have been working hard with the banks to try and get credit flowing again. I am delighted to be able to announce the launch of Better Business Finance. The site provides a one-stop-shop for businesses from which they could get impartial information about how to secure finance and consider the best options available for their business. It also includes a series of fact sheets about many of the issues that matter most to them.”
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