29/06/2017

Upstream Working Capital Funds Deals Worth £3.5m

An independent working capital provider in Northern Ireland has announced it has funded deals worth around £3.5million in the past month.

Upstream Working Capital confirmed the deals cover a wide spectrum of industries including technology, health, and electrical wholesale.
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Managing Director Judith Totten said: "We are absolutely thrilled to be able to help the SME sector in Northern Ireland but are most impressed by how happy our new clients were not only at getting to meet decision makers on day one but also the fact that our terms were competitive and their funding was put in place quickly and with no fuss."



Pic: Managing Director Judith Totten and Alan Wardlow, Head of New Business at Upstream Working Capital




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