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A Bridging Loan in Ireland

A company in Ireland was looking to purchase properties in County Waterford and County Kilkenny in Southern Ireland. The loan allowed them to purchase the properties quickly prior to refinancing via a traditional lender.

Loan to refinance and upgrade a hotel

A hotelier required a loan to refinance the purchase of a hotel and provide additional capital for improvements to the premises. The loan was repaid once traditional financing had been secured on completion of the refurbishment.

Development Loan for student accommodation

An entrepreneur needed a loan to assist with the purchase and development of student accommodation in Wales. Planning consent had been obtained and the funds were needed to commence works.

Loan to refinance a Scottish Estate

A loan was required to refinance existing debt and provide capital to refurbish several holiday lets on a Scottish Estate, generating increased income. Loan repayment either through refinancing by a traditional lender or the sale of property.

Invoice Trading for an industrial specialist

A specialist industrial painting firm needed to replace their incumbent funder with a more flexible financing solution. On securing the facility with Sancus, the company secured a substantial new contract.

Loan for a Swiss apartment

A loan was required to purchase an apartment in Switzerland. The loan was needed immediately to secure a bargain price, prior to arranging financing from a traditional lender.

Loan to purchase residential and commercial property

A loan was required to assist with the purchase of a mixed residential and commercial property with associated remedial works in Sligo, Ireland.

Loan for a property development

A bridging loan was required for a property development in Gibraltar, the terms were complex but financing needed to be raised quickly.

Education Finance for a University

A University in Southern England had ambitious growth plans but were restricted by their existing funding lines. With new challenges due to changes in timings of government funding payments, the university had to source alternative sources of working capital and growth financing.