UK corporate confidence and credit access grows

The credit appetite of UK corporates of all sizes increased over the second quarter of the year, according to the Bank of England’s most recent Credit Conditions Survey, suggesting that treasurers’ confidence is growing. Similarly, the overall availability of credit to corporate borrowers rose over the same period, with large cap firms seeing the greatest availability.

  • By Nina Flitman
  • 04 Jul 2013
According to the survey, which was carried out in May, the cost of loans for larger UK firms fell sharply in the second quarter. But not all borrowers across the corporate world felt this benefit. Spreads on corporate loans for medium sized firms decreased only slightly, while there ...

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