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Institutional, alternative and bespoke: no, we’re not a bank

18th Mar 2020   ·   The ThinCats Team   ·   Insights

All of our loans are sourced entirely from institutional capital. Which begs the question: are we now not just like a bank, minus the high-street branch network? The answer is an emphatic “no” for a number of reasons...

Is access to credit from banks tightening for SMEs?

24th Jan 2020   ·   The ThinCats Team   ·   Insights

It is interesting to see that many of the high street banks announce that they plan to lend billions of pounds to support UK SMEs. It reads well as a headline, but does it stack up as a fact?

Do the election manifestos miss the mark for SMEs?

10th Dec 2019   ·   The ThinCats Team   ·   Insights

You can guarantee that when an election is taking place, you’re likely to see a political leader at a local SME. Hard hats, high-vis jackets and eye-protectors are a must for the photo opportunities. Find the local manufacturer or engineering firm and it’s bound to look good in the manifesto.

No place for old-fashioned funding in care of the elderly

27th Sep 2019   ·   Kevin Steven   ·   Insights

Durable business models are underpinned by strong demographic drivers. That’s certainly the case with healthcare: individually and collectively, we’re not getting any younger, for a start. This, perhaps uncomfortable fact, supports the growth of care homes for the elderly.

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