Tag Archive: SME banking

Satago describes how on-demand business finance is supporting SMEs in Global Banking & Finance Review

The increasing convenience of modern living is driving expectations for 24-hour, instant access across many aspects of their personal and business lives. Yet, the financial services industry has had difficulties keeping up with demand from companies, including SMEs, which are looking for more efficient solutions. Writing for Global Banking & Finance Review, Satago’s CEO, Steven …

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In FX-MM, Satago explains how new technology capabilities are putting SMEs in control of their financing

The advent of the digital age is increasing the expectations of consumers and businesses alike for instant, round-the-clock payment solutions. While the financial market has been somewhat slow on the uptake, fintech developments – primarily driven by nimble alternative financiers – are becoming increasingly prevalent. In an article for FX-MM, Satago’s CEO Steven Renwick explains …

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Satago’s Steven Renwick writes an article for GTNews on how tech innovation is facilitating easy-access business finance

Technological advancements are creating new opportunities in the field of SME finance, and alternative financiers are leveraging these digital capabilities to offer pioneering solutions to small businesses. Writing for GTNews, Satago’s CEO, Steven Renwick, discusses the customer-first culture of fintechs, and how this is enabling them to produce exemplary and accessible finance technology. Renwick notes …

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Satago’s Steven Renwick talks “on-demand business finance” in Tech City News

The financial services industry, long overdue a radical transformation, has been slow to embrace disruptive innovation. But a new breed of fintechs has emerged that is transforming the SME funding landscape. In Tech City News, Steven Renwick, CEO of Satago, explains how, by leveraging cloud technology, real-time data and analytics tools, these new fintechs are …

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Satago cited in Real Business article as an alternative to venture capital funding

With reports that venture capital funding for European technology start-ups fell by a third in Q3 2016, and that crowdfunding in the UK has decreased by approximately 20%, what are the alternatives for businesses seeking funding? In a Real Business article entitled “Venture capital funding in a cold climate”, invoice finance is highlighted as a …

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Satago’s Steven Renwick considers the advantages of invoice finance over lump sums for SMEs in Business Advice

Often for SMEs, receiving a lump sum or an equity investment can generate dilemmas resulting in overtrading or unwanted external influences. In Business Advice, Steven Renwick, CEO of Satago, considers an attractive alternative – selective invoice finance. Such a facility enables businesses to borrow funds as and when needed – on demand. Renwick writes that “Instead …

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Satago considers how invoice finance can help SMEs seeking investment in AccountingWEB

    For most businesses – especially SMEs – capital needs are often satisfied by a lump-sum debt injection or an equity investment. Both can result in funding way beyond what most SMEs need at any given moment, resulting in unnecessary challenges and complications.   Writing for AccountingWEB, Satago’s Steven Renwick and Julie Warren consider …

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In the latest edition of TFR, Commerzbank’s Ruediger Geis discusses the role of bank financing in Germany’s Mittelstand

Cited in leading publication, Trade & Forfaiting Review, Ruediger Geis, head of product management for trade at Commerzbank, contributes his expertise to an extended feature on the financing of the German SME sector, otherwise known as the Mittlestand. In a comprehensive overview of the key institutions responsible for smoothing the flow of finance to the sector, …

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iGTB’s Landmark SME Survey Featured in Specialist Press

iGTB authored a report examining the banking requirements of small- and medium-sized business, and whether they are being met by the banking community. The research with 162 SMEs found that despite being the backbone of the U.K economy, small and medium enterprises are “ignored” and “neglected” which has resulted in misconceptions forming in the market …

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Landmark iGTB survey shows SMEs are crying out for better banking

iGTB today released a survey that examines under a fine microscope the banking requirements of small- and medium-sized business, and whether they are being met by banking providers. SMEs represent 99% of UK businesses and are critical for real economic growth, Yet SMEs continue to be underserved by banks. They are often “ignored” and “neglected”, due in …

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