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In Focus: Short-term loans in a tighter lending economy

Andrew Way, Semper Capital Andrew Way, Semper Capital
Todd Stevens Comments 0
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In this episode of In Focus, Andrew Way, the director of Semper Capital, joins host Annie Kane to break down the basics of short-term finance and reveal how brokers can use the alternate funding to cement themselves as trusted business advisers.

Andrew also unpacks the options that Semper Capital is able to offer brokers and their SME clients and why responsible lending is a key part of its offering.

In this episode, find out:

  • How short-term lending differs to more traditional types of finance
  • Why short-term lending is on the rise
  • How to identify borrowers who may benefit from a short-term loan
  • What to do to increase your chances of getting a loan approved through Semper Capital

And plenty more!

Articles of interest:

Short-term funder hires new relationship manager
‘Brokers make mortgage markets work better’: Deloitte
Regulation of SME space ‘a good thing’

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