Wednesday 1st November 2023 – eCapital, a leading invoice financier has today announced a relocation of their South West and South Wales operation to new larger premises in Newport. The move is reflective of a period of impressive growth and is designed to further facilitate their ambitious plans.
Specialising in Invoice Finance, eCapital is seeing an increasing number of UK SME’s utilising this form of finance, as they recognise the ongoing benefits that a flexible supply of cash can make to their immediate and longer term funding requirements.
Bryn Ible, Regional Managing Director of eCapital explained the move: “Newport remains a key strategical commercial district with a great infrastructure and transportation links enabling easy access to our other regional centres across the UK. Our positional strength as a Southwest and South Wales presence both geographically and reputationally in the region means that we can continue to be closer to not only our valued financial intermediaries but to an increasing business audience.
The company puts its continuing growth down to their real commercial perspective, increased funding lines and a commitment to delivering a market leading service which they believe makes them an ideal financial partner. With funding facilities available from start up to £4m, eCapital is looking forward to supporting the growth strategies of UK firms seeking flexible and competitive finance for their businesses.
“We are delighted with our new home, and as we move forward, we are excited about what the future will bring. We remain committed to empowering our clients by accelerating their access to cash whilst delivering a best-in-class service delivery. Newport will continue to provide a great operating base for us and our clients over the next few years.”
For eCapital Commercial Finance enquiries, please contact:
Ian Ward on [email protected] / 07789 392 438
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About eCapital Commercial Finance
eCapital Commercial Finance (eCapital) is a leading invoice financier providing funding facilities up to £4m to support the growth of SMEs through the provision of flexible working capital facilities. The business has grown significantly since its launch in 2001, providing over £4 billion of funding to businesses. It is majority owned by eCapital, a US based financial services business with interests in the USA and Canada.