Asset backed lending

Asset backed financing and leasing can provide a cost effective and flexible form of finance – allowing you to own an asset immediately without tying up significant capital and allowing you to set the duration of the finance. There can also be tax advantages to leasing – although professional advice should be sought.

At Aben Financial, we can provide you a competitive solution to finance:

  • IT/computer/Telephone equipment (including software)
  • Cars
  • Vans, trucks, HGVs, buses and coaches
  • Any type of machinery
  • Many other tangible asset types

If you already own an asset – a sale and leaseback may be an effective way to release some cash your business can use for other purposes, whilst still allowing you to use the asset.

Call us on 01202 800100, submit an online application or request a call back.

About us

Aben Financial is a commercial finance advisor dedicated to finding the right funding solution for your business from our network over 270 lenders. Our team combine extensive industry, accountancy, consultancy and lending experience which underpins the advice we provide. We build long-term relationships with our clients based on trust and by finding the right outcome for them.

What we do?

We take time to understand your business, its financial position and its needs in a free initial consultation. We can then develop a range of potential finance solutions from our network of over 270 lenders – discussing the different options available. Should you wish to go ahead – we’ll manage the application process to ensure the lender has everything they need – leaving you to focus on running your business.


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