A NETWORK of regional firms specialising in raising SME finance has launched a referral channel.
The Corporate Finance Network has launched the service for smaller firms and sole practitioners without the expertise to offer their clients.
Kirsty McGregor, founder and chairman of The Corporate Finance Network, said: “Most business clients have a corporate finance need at some point in their lifetime, whether they need a professional share/business valuation, have a funding requirement or are just thinking about retiring at some point in the future.
“The business owners’ first approach will probably be to their existing accountant, who may have provided their accounts and dealt with their taxation requirements perfectly well for years.
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