Non bank lenders

Borrowers be Aware & Beware

Borrowers be Aware & Beware

Borrowers would be wise to ensure they understand how the changes taking place in the economy & the banking sector in particular will impact on their borrowing arrangements. This piece highlights the main areas of concern, explains how the banks are responding and offers six tips to safeguard your borrowing arrangements. HOUSEHOLD DEBT. At more […]

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Thinking of borrowing from an online  lender?

Thinking of borrowing from an online lender?

Find out what you need to know by watching this webinar conducted by theBankDoctor for Tyro Payments. Small business owners around the world are flocking to the new breed of online lenders who offer fast and friendly access to funding but there are risks involved and in this webinar we talk about the factors small […]

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Australian SMEs need & deserve a borrowers’ Bill of Rights

Australian SMEs need & deserve a borrowers’ Bill of Rights

Predatory lenders exist in the SME space just like the payday personal lenders. The risk is the less scrupulous operators will spoil an exciting new source of SME funding.  American small business borrowers now have a Bill of Rights which will afford significant protection from predatory lenders. US lenders which join the Responsible Business lending […]

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Borrowing from family or friends to finance a small business – good idea or not?

Borrowing from family or friends to finance a small business – good idea or not?

Borrowing from family and friends is a very common way of financing a small business. Business owners approach family and friends different reasons. It might be that there is an immediate opportunity but there isn’t the time to get a bank loan or maybe the bank has said “no”. Borrowing from family and friends can be a quick […]

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