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Chantrey Vellacott appointment to boost Midlands business support

New joint-role created a Chantrey Vellacott

CHANTREY VELLACOTT HAS APPOINTED Adam Grant into a new joint-role, encompassing commercial finance and supporting businesses to claim research and development tax credits.

Grant is also working alongside Chantrey Vellacott’s business recovery civision and supporting the firm’s general practice clients.

He said: “I’ve been brought in to help businesses raise finance in these most difficult times. Despite the government’s pledge to increase bank lending to UK businesses, my experience leads me to believe that access to finance remains one of the major challenges facing business owners.”

Grant, who has worked with NatWest, Barclays Bank and BCRS Business Loans, will work alongside the corporate finance team at the firm which has offices in Birmingham, Northampton and Leicester.

He added: “Finding the right debt structure to enable small and medium sized businesses to manage their cash flow and realise their full potential is something I’m extremely passionate about.”

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