WE ARE ALPHA
Alpha Asset Finance offer competitive finance solutions to suit your needs. Our finance products are as bespoke and as unique as the products you are looking to finance. We understand that not everyone fits the same mould so neither should their finance commitments.
Our highly experienced and friendly staff will be sure to find the right finance product to suit you and your needs, whether you are looking to finance a personal vehicle, commercial vehicle, wash plant, combine harvester or even some commercial land, there is a finance option to suit you.
Having worked alongside a wide range of industries we understand your business will have specialist requirements, of which, we can adhere. From Agriculture, Engineering & Transport to Renewables, Construction & Health Care, you can be confident our industry specialists will be able to accommodate your needs.
We pride ourselves on providing the highest quality personal service to you, guiding you through your finance application and ensuring you and your business can thrive
THE ALPHA CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE - CUSTOMERS
A.C.E is a fully secure online platform, furnishing the customer with up to date, relevant information at all stages of current finance applications. An overview dashboard of current and historic deals gives the customer an open, transparent view of their applications.
The customer has the ability to contact their broker, via an online messaging system. Live chat is also featured, meaning almost instant replies from the relevant broker looking after you and your application.
THE ALPHA CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE - LENDERS
At present, Alpha Asset Finance Ltd are the only company with access to the A.C.E system. A.C.E is available on all devices, including desktops, laptops, tablets & smartphones meaning that no matter where you are, you are only one click away from reviewing live progress.
Lenders can view current levels of business that has been placed with their bank, along with a breakdown of deal size, type and who the individual broker is! Being connected improves the quality of service to the mutual customer.
If you’ve been looking into different financing options, you’ve probably come across several different ways to raise capital. But one very feasible solution for many businesses, whatever size, is asset finance. Asset financing is an extremely valuable tool, which many businesses should look at, especially as they rebuild their businesses post-pandemic. But where do you
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Why now is the time you should use Asset Finance to grow your business and support economic recovery
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