Clever Lending launches specialist commercial service

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Emma Tempest Clever Lending

Clever Lending has broadened its offering by launching a new commercial lending division and increased the range of products and solutions for the professional sector.

The specialist lending distributer has welcomed additional partners to its panel and now has access to several new products, including finance for property development projects, asset finance, invoice discounting and unsecured business loans.

Driving the launch is Emma Tempest, pictured, who’s joined Clever Lending as National Commercial Manager. She brings along two decades’ experience in financial services, during which time she set up and grew an independent brokerage and developed her own portfolio of properties.

Emma said:

“Commercial lending covers far more than just property, it can support businesses to grow and invest in key areas by financing a vast range of project requirements and scenarios.

“It’s great to join Clever Lending and I’m delighted to be working with such an experienced team, who review all cases individually and use their knowledge to find the right lenders and products which offer the best solution for each customer.”

As part of its new commercial service, Clever Lending can now provide finance for property development projects of any size – along with expertise in presenting robust business plans to lenders.

Asset finance allows businesses to grow by funding or refinance any asset without having to worry about large upfront costs or tying up needed funds. Invoice finance can provide businesses with immediate advances on funds they’re due from customers. The Clever Lending team also has access to a range of unsecured business loans for any project need.

Emma continued:

“The commercial lending market offers huge potential for Clever Lending and can solve a lot of problems for local businesses and we’re excited to be able to provide an even more comprehensive range of solutions to the professional sector and their business clients.”