U.K. To Launch Business Bank For SME

Vince Cable, the U.K.’s business secretary, has announced plans to launch a £10 billion ($16.19 billion) business bank to provide lending to small and medium-sized firms, which have difficulty securing funding from traditional sources.

  • 24 Sep 2012
Vince Cable, the U.K.’s business secretary, has announced plans to launch a £10 billion ($16.19 billion) business bank to provide lending to small and medium-sized firms, which have difficulty securing funding from traditional sources. The U.K. government is pouring £1 billion ($1.62 billion) into the venture, but also ...

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