Asset Finance

Time to access the vital equipment your business needs to grow

What is Asset Finance?

Get faster access to the equipment you need to make business happen. Our Asset Finance solutions make equipment financing more affordable by spreading the cost over an agreed period. It can also support businesses looking to refinance existing assets to support cashflow. With a range of flexible repayment options, Asset Finance protects your cashflow, giving you the freedom to grow your business at your own pace.

Are you an introducer?

We’re a specialist funding provider for SMEs, working closely with business and financial advisors to support growth.

We help all types of business, whatever their sector. Here’s just some of the types of asset we can fund:
Hard Assets
  • Construction
  • Printing Equipment
  • Manufacturing & Engineering Machinery
  • Tractor Units, Trailers & LCV's
  • Agricultural & Forestry Equipment
  • Cars & Vans
Soft Assets
  • Office Furniture
  • Commercial Kitchens
  • Software
  • Shop Fit-Outs
  • Audio Visual & IT Hardware

Interested? Get in touch.

01942 408 520

Cheese manufacturer accelerates production

"Securing this equipment means we can accelerate our production, increase the amount of cheeses we supply and continue to focus on developing new varieties of cheese for our customers in the future".

Our Team

Meet the hard-working team committed to providing asset financing solutions to boost your business growth.

Optimism reigns as recovery starts in earnest

In our latest survey, we are delighted to see that 2 out of 3 business are optimistic about the future.

Time Broker Finance Limited, Time Vendor Finance Limited and Time Hard Asset Finance Limited are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, under firm reference numbers 714705, 628891 and 707542, for consumer credit activities. Registered office: Second Floor, St James House, The Square, Lower Bristol Road, Bath BA2 3BH. Registered in England with Company No. 03681755, 02112280 and 05834586. Asset Finance Leasing and lending to limited companies is not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.